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Michelle Obama (center) at the second swearing in of Barack Obama as U.S. President. She wore a Browne silk jacquard coat and dress in a navy checked pattern that, according to Eric Wilson in The New York Times, Browne said was based on "a men’s necktie fabric".
Thom Browne Sunglasses from his eyewear collection.

American fashion designer.

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Zegna

Italian luxury fashion house.

Ermenegildo Zegna (1892–1966)

In the same year Zegna announced that they purchased 85% of the eponymously named Thom Browne, a New York City-based menswear and womenswear brand, founded in 2001.

Brooks Brothers

Oldest apparel brand in continuous operation in America.

The first Brooks clothier store, at Catharine Street in Manhattan, 1845
Brooks Brothers logo, ca. 1969
Brooks Brothers at 7 East 44th Street in Manhattan
Brooks Brothers store on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California
A display in a Brooks Brothers store

Del Vecchio announced that the first star guest designer for the new collection would be New York menswear designer Thom Browne.

Fashion design

Art of applying design, aesthetics, clothing construction and natural beauty to clothing and its accessories.

Fashion designers in 1974 in Dresden.
Fashion designers typically use a runway of models to showcase their work.
The Chéruit salon on Place Vendôme in Paris, 1910
Men pulling carts of women's clothing in Garment District, New York, 1955
Fashion show at a fashion designing college, US, 2015
Chanel Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2011–2012 Fashion Show
Red carpet fashion: Italian actors Gabriel Garko and Laura Torrisi wearing designer formal wear at Venice Film Festival, 2009

Famous American brands and designers include Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Coach, Nike, Vans, Marc Jacobs, Tommy Hilfiger, DKNY, Tom Ford, Caswell-Massey, Michael Kors, Levi Strauss and Co., Estée Lauder, Revlon, Kate Spade, Alexander Wang, Vera Wang, Victoria’s Secret, Tiffany and Co., Converse, Oscar de la Renta, John Varvatos, Anna Sui, Prabal Gurung, Bill Blass, Halston, Carhartt, Brooks Brothers, Stuart Weitzman, Diane von Furstenberg, J. Crew, American Eagle Outfitters, Steve Madden, Abercrombie and Fitch, Juicy Couture, Thom Browne, Guess, Supreme, and The Timberland Company.

William Allen High School

One of two large, urban public high schools of the Allentown School District, located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in the United States.

A 1906 illustration of the first Allentown High School building in Allentown, Pennsylvania. First opened in 1895, the building burned down in late 1967.
1919 postcard depicting the Allentown High School building constructed in Allentown in 1917
The Little Palestra building at William Allen High School, 1970
J. Birney Crum Stadium in Allentown is the second largest high school stadium in Pennsylvania and the home field for the Allen High School football team
Helicopter landing at J. Birney Crum Stadium in Allentown prior to Allen High School football game on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1948
October 16, 1958 program for Allen High School football game against Phillipsburg High School at J. Birney Crum Stadium
Allen High School marching band at J. Birney Crum Stadium, 1959
J. Milo Sewards Gymnasium at William Allen High School, February 2021

Thom Browne, fashion designer

Moncler

Italian luxury fashion house specializing in ready-to-wear and haute couture outerwear headquartered in Milan, Italy.

Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris, location of Moncler's flagship store
A Moncler boutique in Vancouver, Canada in January 2016.

Moncler Gamme Bleu: men's collection designed by Thom Browne and presented at Milan Fashion Week. The collaboration and collection have concluded with the Spring-Summer 2018 launch.

Andrew Bolton (curator)

British museum curator and current Head Curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute in New York City.

Curator and exhibit designer dress a mannequin for an exhibit.

Bolton lives in Manhattan with his partner since 2011, fashion designer Thom Browne.

Allentown, Pennsylvania

City in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, in the United States.

Trout Hall, built between 1768 and 1770 by James Allen, son of Allentown founder William Allen, is one of the oldest houses in Allentown. From 1867 to 1905, it served as the home of Muhlenberg College.
Erected by Daughters of the American Revolution in 1928, this tablet in Old Allentown Cemetery on North 10th Street honors Allentown patriots from the American Revolutionary War, many of whom are buried in the cemetery.
Watercolor painting of the Liberty Bell's arrival at Zion Reformed Church in Allentown on September 24, 1777 during the American Revolution. The Liberty Bell was hidden beneath the Allentown church's floor boards for nine months, from September 1777 until June 1778, to avoid it being seized by the British Army.
The Hamilton Street Bridge in Allentown, constructed between 1812 and 1814, was the first bridge built across the Lehigh River. Three times since its initial construction (1841, 1862, and 1902), the bridge was destroyed by floods but subsequently rebuilt. In the 1980s, the bridge was extensively refurbished.
The Albertus L. Meyers Bridge, which crosses the Little Lehigh River at Eighth Street in Allentown, was the longest and highest concrete bridge in the world at the time of its 1913 opening.
A 1920 postcard of West End Park in Allentown and a statue of Ignatz Gresser, a Union Army soldier from Allentown who was bestowed the Medal of Honor for acts of valor in the Union Army's September 17, 1862 victory over Robert E. Lee's Confederate Army in the Battle of Antietam
The 50th reunion of the Allen Infantry of the Union Army's 47th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment at the Soldier's and Sailors Monument at Hamilton and South Seventh Streets in center city Allentown, May 1911
The Allentown Rolling Mill Company, a sizable 19th and early 20th century iron and steel manufacturer in Allentown, 1889
Postcard of delaide Silk Mill in Allentown, one of the world's largest silk mills of its time, 1910
Postcard of Allentown's Center Square at North Seventh and Hamilton Streets, 1910
Assembly plant of Mack Trucks in Allentown, 1945
Hamilton Street West from Sixth Street in Allentown, 1950
Richard Nixon and his motorcade on Hamilton Street in Allentown, October 1960
Hamilton Mall, a redevelopment project in Allentown's Central Business District, 1974
Construction of PPL Center in Allentown, the home arena of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the primary development team of the Philadelphia Flyers, September 2013
South Mountain, part of the Appalachian Mountain range, with Allentown in the foreground, December 2010
The city skyline of center city Allentown, Christmas 2017
Miller Symphony Hall on North Sixth Street, home of the Allentown Symphony Orchestra, July 2008
Nineteenth Street Theater, opened in 1928, is Allentown's oldest cinema, May 2004
Baum School of Art on West Linden Street in Allentown, January 2009
A cafe on 19th Street in Allentown's West End, July 2007
Coca-Cola Park in Allentown is home to the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, the Triple-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies, April 2009.
PPL Center in center city Allentown, home arena for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms of the American Hockey League, February 2017
Little Lehigh Creek in Lehigh Parkway in Allentown, September 2012
Allen High School on North 17th Street, one of Allentown's two large public high schools, July 2008
Muhlenberg College in Allentown, March 2014
The Morning Call building on North Sixth Street in Allentown, July 2008
Hamilton Street in downtown Allentown, November 2007
1915 postcard of Allentown station at Fourth and Hamilton Streets. The station opened in 1890, closed in 1961, and was demolished in 1972.
Lehigh Valley International Airport, Pennsylvania's fourth busiest airport, is three miles (5 km) northeast of Allentown in Hanover Township, March 2014
Lehigh Valley Hospital on Cedar Crest Boulevard in Allentown, the largest hospital in the Lehigh Valley and third largest hospital in Pennsylvania with 877 beds and 46 operating rooms, July 2008
1974 postcard of Center City's Hamilton Mall, a failed attempt to redevelop Allentown's Central Business District as residents began fleeing for the city's suburbs in the 1970s
Entrance to PPL Center (on left) in Center City Allentown, October 2018
Center City Allentown at night, October 2020
Yocco's Hot Dogs, founded in 1922 by Lee Iacocca's uncle Theodore Iacocca, maintains four popular locations in Allentown and its suburbs

Thom Browne, fashion designer

Alumni Hall (University of Notre Dame)

One of the 32 Residence Halls on the campus of the University of Notre Dame and one of the 16 male dorms.

The Alumni Hall tower, built in collegiate gothic style by Maginnis & Walsh, and ornate with the statue of "Joe College" and gargoyles modeled on those of Notre-Dame de Paris
Alumni Hall in the winter
Entrance to the Chapel of St Charles Borromeo
The Greek letters spelling "DOG", the symbol of the Hall
The Dillon-Alumni courtyard

Thom Browne '88 – fashion designer, founder and head designer, Thom Browne

Nick Wooster

Nickelson Wooster (born July 2, 1960) is an American fashion consultant who has worked with Barneys New York, Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus chain stores, as well as Calvin Klein, Polo Ralph Lauren and Thom Browne.

Akuol de Mabior

South Sudanese filmmaker, model, businesswoman, and women's rights activist.

In 2013 she appeared in editorials for The City Magazine and The Ones 2 Watch and walked in the fall shows for Costello Tagliapietra, the Academy of Art University, DVF, Thom Browne, Mara Hoffman, and Custo Dalmau and in the spring show for Marissa Webb.