For his second show in Paris, Thom Browne takes us right into the past in a historic hall of the Westin Hotel. Amidst the room, a large banquet table is ready, the models being already seated eating peas. The music is soft, the atmosphere is both relaxing and disturbing. Each in turn, guests get up and go around the table to be seated back then on the other side. The collection is inspired by the style of the 18th Century America, very aristocratic, consisting of sleeveless jackets and other noble garments.
At the end of the show, the models rise and the song of David Guetta “Atomic food” is played, creating an explosion in the quiet atmosphere.