While other designers were focused on sports for FW14, American designer Thom Browne felt inspired by nature. Browne's references tend to be quite literal, this time they came in the form of rabbit ears, headpieces made to resemble elephant heads or a hat fashioned to look like a bear that caught a fit in its mouth. We get it: nature. As for the fashion itself, it was a sea of grey, with plenty of classic menswear patterns from windowpane to Prince of Wales to checks. There was also a hefty amount of fringe, seen maybe as exaggerated raw edges on lapels or collars or in place of epaulettes. As for the finale, Browne played with extreme silhouettes, with cartoonish proportions and a flurry of pattern, with Browne rethinking the idea of baroque patterns, though the finale looked like something we've seen before at Juun J a few seasons ago.