Thom Browne Invites Frette To Craft A New Luxury Homeware Collection

Utilising artisan techniques and high-quality textiles, the collection includes guest towel sets, bath mats, bed sheets, robes and decorative cushions.

Debuted at this year’s Salone del Mobile, Thom Browne has launched his brand new homeware collection alongside Frette.

An extension of Browne’s intrigue for home furnishings, the Pennsylvania founder brings a disruptive force to the traditional, day-to-day uniform. Tracing back to his first, bespoke suits crafted from a boutique in NYC’s West Village, the designer has sustained high-quality tailoring and craftsmanship at the forefront of his collections. Visually, the brand nurtures an elevated vision across seasonal shows and presentations, situating its garments amongst slick, cinematic backdrops.

Now taking over Milan’s Palazzina Appiani, Browne showcases a chic selection of bedding, bath accessories, robes and more. The collection shares an admiration for heritage and precise technique, inviting textile artisans Frette to merge forces. Across the last 160 years, the Italian label sources the finest fibres to create linens that sit between comfort and luxury. This time around the brand incorporates embroidery, quilted textures and muted tunes across its pieces, which include guest towel seta, bath mats, bed sheets and decorative cushions. A highlight of the capsule, the pair deliver a yard-dyed cotton velour bathrobe, drawing inspiration from Browne’s classic trench coat through its silhouette and wrwbw grosgrain trim. Embellished with the label’s signature 4-bar logo, the collaboration is pictured amongst grandiose architecture and immaculately styled models, establishing a high-end finish.

Travelling between New York, London, Milan, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Kobe and beyond, Thom Browne continue to expand his vision for contemporary consumers and lifestyle, inviting new collaborators along the way.

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