Tommy Hilfiger Collection Fall 2015

We missed New York Fashion Week this season because we are not big fans of winter and sandals in the snow, but we are continuous updated by our friends. And when we received the Tommy Hilfiger news we instantly fell in love with the collection. Enjoy it sweethearts! It’s awesome! An American love story!






Fusing iconic styles of the late Sixties and early Seventies with a vibrant game day spirit. Reflecting on the 30-year heritage of his brand, the collection plays with the established codes of American sportswear, luxuriously reimagined with a modern athletic twist.

Tactile, high-texture outerwear is the cornerstone of Tommy’s lineup this season. Duffle coats, shown in lush Toscana shearling and double-faced alpaca, are presented with extra long scholar scarves. Capes are seen in felted mohair with embroidered soft stripes, and pea coats are adorned with horn buttons rimmed in brushed gold. Stadium coats and coaches jackets are updated in contrasting wool and leather, and trimmed with delicate lambskin piping.

Classic silhouettes are renewed with Hilfiger’s signature varsity details. Athletic-style sweatshirts, some in cozy faux fur, feature a commemorative intarsia 30. Decadent tweed suiting and denim wool crepe separates are cut into timeless shapes, then accentuated with grosgrain ribbon edged in mohair that offers a multi-dimensional effect. Chunky knit cardigans display lacing details on their shoulders and pieced skirts have delicate whip stitching at their seams. There are whimsical helmet motifs on enamel jewelry and football charms on the zip-top oversized anniversary clutch, which comes in five colors in a buttery soft lambskin. It’s a blend of sporty elegance when kick-pleat skirts and velvet and chiffon sheer-paneled dresses are partnered with wedge heel football boots or gold sequined Mary Janes.

Tommy Hilfiger has been at the forefront of American style since 1985. This season’s Hilfiger Collection is nothing short of a love story for the women of his past, his present and future.

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