Tommy Hilfiger menswear Fall/Winter 2014 collection

November 26, 2014 - fall Denim

The Tommy Hilfiger Fall/Winter 2014 Menswear collection, The New England, embarks on a seashore to seashore excursion from a United States to a United Kingdom. The collection celebrates Tommy Hilfiger’s signature all-American cultured churned with hints of quintessential English charm. Classic Brit statements – birthright prints, sartorial sophistication and Savile Row tailoring – are given a complicated sip of Americana spirit, fusing UK tradition with easterly seashore prep for a outcome that embraces The “New” England in each sense.

The brand’s signature red, white and blue tone palette facilities strongly in a initial conform group, Boston. Navy blue, rio red, cabernet and sleet white are grounded with neutral camel and gray, and enlivened with pops of cornstalk, orange jester fish and darkest spruce. Stretch corduroy and gray flannel trousers span facilely with lightweight polos, cable-knit fisherman turtlenecks, and quilted flannel shirt-jackets. The demeanour exemplifies worldly sportswear with a classical Tommy twist: retard stripes, patchwork prints and pointed pops of color. Texture plays a pivotal role: argyle is reinterpreted in disfigured yarn, while felt and leather jackets are modernized when interconnected with a light nylon puffer vest.

The second stop on a outing is Middlebury, where forested hillsides change a neutral tone palette of olive, walnut, beech, toffee and tan port. Tech meets birthright with tweed and tartan blazers, vests, and parkas, while a matter ball coupler facilities leather sleeves and a tweed body. Checkered prints, wire knits, nap and flannel emanate a layered demeanour that’s ideal for exploring a good outdoors. Puffy parka jackets embody sporty nylon accents, and slim fit load pants span with corpulent button-down sweaters or denim shirts. Meanwhile, splendid pops of fern green, sulphur yellow and methyl blue supplement an astonishing turn to classical patterns from tweed stripes to degradé satisfactory isles.

Additionally for Fall/Winter 2014, a bespoke preference of limited-edition windowpane checks and dim plaids have been grown in partnership with Moon, a ancestral British nap mill.

The third conform organisation is shabby by a strand city of Portland. Indigo facilities prominently via in tonal blues and greens. Saxony blue, june bug, and dim debonair are interconnected with heathered fabrics in china fog, charcoal, cloud gray and insignia. Key pieces embody a boiled nap duffle coat, mottled quilted blazer and flannel nap vest with copper zippering. For a uninformed take on a classic, a dip-dye demeanour has been practical in shades of sapphire to cashmere and disfigured chronicle sweaters. The outcome is neat and polished when ragged with a windowpane check trouser or underneath a quilted blazer. Denim is also key, with dim washes for a clean, complicated aesthetic.



Key Details: Sophisticated red, white and blue, textured and disfigured yarn, retard stripes, leather, nylon, quilted flannel shirts, argyle, heathered yarns.

Color Palette: Nautical blue, provence, rio red, cabernet, Barbados cherry, pureed pumpkin, sleet white, white asparagus, amphora, cornstalk, Boston orange, darkest spruce, orange jester fish.



Key Details: Sport tech, tweed, tartan, mottled prints, wire knits, satisfactory isle, windowpane checks, complicated nylon.

Color Palette: Graphite, purple wine, olive drab, rosin, beech, dill, fern green, tiger’s eye, toffee, tan port, mulch, walnut, china fog, honey, mustard yellow, foliage, sulphur, methyl blue, potter’s clay.



Key Details: Sophisticated sportswear, sapphire moment, quilted blazers, flannel, drop dye, dim denim.

Color Palette: Saxony blue, june bug, north sea, darkest spruce, gray violet, cloud heather, colourless heather, escutcheon blue, methyl blue.


For some-more information:

Abdel El Hamri

VP of Global Communications

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Kimberley Witcomb

Director of Communications, Europe

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Anita Nijssen

Sr. Manager, Regional Marketing Communications

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Jeroen Vermeer

Manager, Regional Marketing Communications

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Greta Szmaj

Manager, Regional Marketing Communications

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