Tommy Hilfiger’s winter denim range draws inspiration from late 1960s America, an era defined by counter culture, liberated attitudes and political, musical and social revolution.
The White Light collection is a nod to the band The Velvet Underground, boasting slick and skinny silhouettes with a focused monochrome palette and subtle colour highlights.
Teenage Kicks is aptly inspired by the pop art movement. Laid-back looks embody freedom with abstract espressionism and a modern day twist.
Reflecting on demonstrations and music festivals, the Peaceful Revolution collection juxtaposes hippie style and military elements. Hard lines and chunky textures are combined with softer florals and airy fabrics.
Modern day pop artist Murakami is the muse for the Lost in Translation range. This fashion look is edgy and eclectic, reinventing the classic American biker Easy Rider with a Japanese twist.