Tommy Hilfiger Men’s Tailored Fall Winter 2010 with Francisco Lachowski
Last month Tommy Hilfiger told the New York Times that he wanted his style back. I can’t say I blame him. Over the years Hilfiger’s brand has lost a lot of the initial style that made it great and shot the designer to international stardom.
Tommy Hilfiger Promotional Video
With the recent sale of Tommy Hilfiger to clothing conglomerate Phillips-Van Heusen there seems to be a new lease on life for both the designer and his brand. By brinbing in some outside help in the form of designer Peter Som, Mr. Hilfiger is reinventing his clothes while sticking to the things he does well – Americana and prep.
The tailored collection for F/W 2010 is extremely strong and, as far as I am concerned, taking things in the right direction. It’s a masculine collection focused on the core pieces that make up the bulk of an American guy’s working week wardrobe – it’s a timeless tailored selection. GQ previewed the collection a little while back and I am extremely impressed after seeing the entire thing.
Be on the lookout for the affordable (suits will be under $500) Tailored Collection at Macy’s in the coming months. How Tommy got his groove back…