While Thom Browne has received more good press than he probably knows what to do with this year, I still really haven't seen too many photos of the inside of his New York boutique. When I visited New York last month, the 100 Hudson location was on the top of my list to visit. Having not seen many images, I wasn't sure what to expect, it was a really interesting little space that definitely reminded me of a small bank from the 1980s. The rolling racks held beautiful sweaters and suits construction all around the world, featuring materials from an even further reach. It was incredible seeing each piece having a 'Made in Scotland', 'Made in Egypt' and so on. It seemed like each different color had a reason to be made somewhere different. The decor was almost non existent, but managed to work. The old couch and coffee table were complimented nicely by the unused glass ash tray to separate two racks of $4,000+ pieces. Like many, I'm a sideline fan of Mr. Browne's work, and his retail location was no different. I do plan on getting into a piece or two when I can, but for now, I'm happy to look.