A Romp Around Thom Browne's GV Apartment

Mar 25, 2014

He wears a daily uniform. Rain or shine, summer or winter, Thom Browne is a constant on the sartorial circuit either in his right-above-the-knee wool shorts or inches-before-the-ankle trousers.  With that sort of rigidity in wardrobe, one could only imagine the beauty of the designer’s Greenwich Village 1930s apartment building. Replete with a ’30s-style faucet, the 800 square foot one-bedroom has 300 square feet of outdoor space. We’ve got to say it’s one of the most uncluttered bachelor pads that we’ve seen in a while.

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