2009 September 18
Tommy Hilfiger - New York Spring 2010
(NEW YORK) Tommy Hilfiger prefers it under the boardwalk. The designer favored the breezy California sensibility in his Spring 2010 show, rethinking the casual glamour that is distinctively Californian. You could practically hear the waves crashing against the rocks as foamgreen frocks sailed down the runway. It is difficult to create a mini tube dress that is both sweetly youthful and sophisticated, but Tommy has mastered this harmony. The collection also included East Coast references that we associate with Hilfiger--khaki cotton shorts and nautical stripes brought back memories of Nantucket nights. Whether Pacific or Atlantic, Hilfiger knows how to deliver relaxed ensembles fit for the unfussy.
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