Women's Designer Tailoring
'You see that’s the surprise. I’m a girl. But now I’m a boy too and I can do anything and anything and anything.' So says Catherine Bourne, Ernest Hemingway’s heiress in The Garden of Eden, after a radically cropped haircut - though she could easily have said it after pulling on a tailored suit from Browns. Going as far back as Marlene Dietrich who famously wore a tuxedo with aplomb in Morocco to Katharine Hepburn in Sylvia Scarlett, women have been pioneering the resounding versatility of a good suit since the '30s. And, in honour of that, the Browns edit of power suiting redefines tailoring with double-breasted jackets, voluminous luxe blazers, and wide leg trousers leading the way thanks to the likes of LVIR and Low Classic.