Tommy Hilfiger is taking us back in time with the release of their latest Tommy Collection By Tommy Jeans and it boasts big wide-legged jean energy.
For as long as we can remember Tommy Jeans has been a pivotal fashion pillar in the hip-hop realm and this release proves exactly that. This season, Tommy Jeans pulls up in the world of lowriding in Japan’s Chicano culture with the latest drop of its most elevated collection. Inspired by their roots, this collection is designed to connect communities around the world together through a progressive street culture lens.
Consisting of an impressive 55 pieces, this Spring ‘23 capsule takes inspiration from the Tommy Jeans archive that fans know and love, and pairs it with modern staples perfect for interseasonal layering. Baggy denim jeans, knitted vests, colour-blocked windbreakers in Tommy’s iconic blue and red, sleeveless cropped trucker vests, hockey pullovers and mini skirts make up just a fraction of the large collection.
Like all Tommy Jeans designs, this collection focuses heavily on layering, blending together prep, skate and hip-hop aesthetics together to create a quintessential genre-bending Tommy Jeans DNA.
The campaign itself features a mix of action-filled snapshots, off-the-cuff moments, and intimate portraits of the lowrider community, shot by London-based photographer Theo Cottle. With a cast of classic American lowrider and garage owners, rappers and tattoo artists, the Japanese collective shapes a high-octane world for the collection to show up in.
The collection is available to shop now.