Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 2020 Recap

Bermuda shorts and colorful athleisure in the newest TOMMYXLEWIS range.

The fourth installment Tommy Hilfiger’s TOMMYXLEWIS collaboration has just hit the London Fashion Week runway. Staged at the city’s Tate Modern art gallery, the streetwear-inspired range was flaunted by industry icons like Naomi Campbell, Alessandra Ambrosio, Candice Swanepoel, Winnie Harlow and Jourdan Dunn. The diverse cast also featured supers like Luka Sabbat, Georgia May Jagger and Parris Goebel who choreographed Justin Bieber’s “Yummy.” The models were not the only stars at this show: a few days before the event came the surprise announcement that the new collection would include a three-way partnership with Gabriella Wilson, the Grammy-winning R&B singer under the pseudonym H.E.R.

This is the fourth time American designer Tommy Hilfiger and Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton come together to co-create a clothing collection. Starting in Shanghai, the duo took their creations around the world to Milan and Berlin — and now brought it back home to London, Hamilton’s home town. As per usual, the collection had an unmistakably athletic vibe to it with colorful tracksuits along with layers and layers of oversized athleisure. One could also notice a number Hamilton’s personal signature sprinkled throughout the collection: the Formula One superstar has the word ‘loyalty’ tattooed on his forearm, which appears in bold lettering on hoodies and splatter print tees.

A series of Hilfiger Collection looks appeared at the end of the show, putting the spotlight on designer’s beloved pretty aesthetic: natural prints, Oxford striped, Bermuda shorts and the American flag.

With the collection came an exciting announcement that 75% of the range was made using more sustainable production methods, including organic cotton, recycled fabric, and low-impact denim washes. See more images from the event below:

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