Gigi Hadid Sails Down Tommy Hilfiger’s Nautical-Inspired Runway Three Times
February 16, 2016 - fall Denim
Disclaimer: Brace yourself for a call of puns. Ever a showman, engineer Tommy Hilfger remade a Park Avenue Armory once again for his fall/winter 2016 collection into a larger-than-life boat that he christened “T.H. Atlantic,” that he, utterly literally, detailed out with smokestacks (that issued steam), a stern, a crawl (that valid to be great for Titanic reenactments, pictured during bottom), and benches for first-class passengers.
Naturally, a brand’s golden lady Gigi Hadid was on house with bringing a nautical-inspired collection to life. She sailed down a deck-slash-runway a grand sum of 3 times, initial opening a uncover to a beats of Michael Jackson’s “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” in a flattering shirtdress printed with boats that were inspired by sailor’s tattoos, before making another lap in an detailed silk blouse with retro-style plunder shorts, and finally, shutting in a bullion sequined soldier dress. The accessories that anchored all 3 looks? A dainty tiara and stormy hosiery with lead heels.
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But of march Hadid wasn’t a usually star of a show. Hilfiger tapped a swift of today’s It models, including Hailey Baldwin, Binx Walton, Lexi Boling, Taylor Hill, and Fei Fei Sun, who were given in some-more of a brand’s 1940s-inspired maritime designs, including oversize nap troops coats, fisherman sweaters, cropped wide-leg soldier pants, and leather Breton striped tops.
Also along for a journey was a star-studded front row, featuring a Waterhouse sisters, Rachel Zoe, Joan Smalls, and Lucky Blue Smith. What did they consider of a show? “Fun! It done me smile,” Suki tells InStyle. “I always leave smiling and feeling ecstatic and some-more vehement to dress adult than before.”
Take a demeanour during some-more snaps from a show, including a set, Hadid and Baldwin’s Titanic reennactment, and more.
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