See Thom Browne’s Spring Collection Reimagined in Stunning New Photos

An image from Thom Browne’s spring collection. Photo: Erik Madigan Heck

Starting tonight, fashion photographer and frequent Cut contributor Erik Madigan Heck’s latest photographs will be projected on the façade of New York’s NeueHouse gallery. The display features work from his new publication, No Photos Please — a loose-bound portfolio available for sale at NeueHouse and Colette — which pays homage to the spring collections of three designers: Aganovich, Comme des Garçons, and Thom Browne. “They were the three best collections of the seasons,” Heck told the Cut. “Or, I should say, the three most theatrical and transformative. I was really drawn to them individually for different reasons.”

Click through the slideshow for a first look at Heck’s photos of Browne’s spring line. “I enjoyed the silhouette tremendously, and the playfulness of the patterns and fabrics,” Heck said. “The entirety of the collection is like walking into a fairy tale — and that’s what fashion should be.”

No Photos Please will be projected on the NeueHouse gallery façade from February 17 to 22.

See Thom Browne’s Spring Line Reimagined