Mr Thom Browne never rests on his laurels - that's why the designer is always developing new knitting techniques to smarten up sportswear. This grey hoodie has been expertly crafted in Japan from mid-weight cotton in an insulating honeycomb pattern. It features the brand's four 'engineered stripes' on the sleeve and is finished with the signature tricolour grosgrain locker loop. Shown here with Thom Browne shirt, Thom Browne sweatpants, Maison Margiela sneakers. This item is small to size; see Size & Fit notes. - - Grey cotton - Drawstring hood, front pouch pocket, designer emblem, striped grosgrain locker loop, ribbed trims - 100% cotton - Hand wash or dry clean - Made in Japan- For Men.
Slim-fit Striped Loopback Cotton-jersey Zip-up Hoodie In 055 Lt Grey
PROD207920087， N598P_LIGHT GRAY
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CENTER-BACK STRIPE JERSEY HOODIE
Light grey cotton Center-Back Stripe Jersey Hoodie from Thom Browne.
CENTER-BACK STRIPE ZIP-UP HOODIE
Light grey cotton Center-Back Stripe Zip-Up Hoodie from Thom Browne.
STRIPE-DETAILED COTTON ZIP HOODIE
Thom Browne may make some spectacular tailoring, but the designer doesn't ignore the more comfortable aspects of a man's wardrobe - enter this hoodie. Made from plush cotton, it has a roomy drawstring hood and front pouch pocket with the brand's signature striped band running down the center back.
SLIM-FIT STRIPED LOOPBACK COTTON-JERSEY ZIP-UP HOODIE
Thom Browne 's impeccably made hoodie is not as slouchy as other sportswear, so don't just reserve it just for lazy days at home. It's cut from soft loopback cotton-jersey and bears the label's signature quadruple white stripes at the sleeve. Wear it with the matching sweatpants.
Born in Pennsylvania in 1965, Thom Browne moved to New York City in 1997, where he worked in the creative department of Club Monaco, a position he kept until launching his own label. Believing that the modern ubiquity of casual dress makes for a gap in the market and lends the wearing of suits a sort of subversive edge, Browne has become known for his re-imagining of classic tailored cuts. He debuted his womenswear collection in 2003 and introduced his first full line of women’s ready-to-wear for spring 2011. Much like his menswear, his womenswear collection takes classic styles of dresses, jackets, and trousers—often in an American palette of red, white and navy—and adds edgy details such as sequined ginghams, textured weaves, and unique prints.