Tommy Hilfiger has been in the news recently for all the right reasons. They announced a new adaptive clothing line for children with disabilities and their collection of culturally inclusive hijabs and abayas has been met with thunderous applause. Socially progressive, we love it.

The new capsule collection is totes old school, but in the trendy way. Taking inspo from the ’90s, this line is all about high waisted essentials, oversized jackets and long sleeved sweatshirts. There are defs some classic in this ’90s revival too, with the quintessential Tommy tees making an appearance and the logo adorning everythang (even bikinis).

The campaign features hugely popular models Hailey Baldwin and Lucky Blue Smith who work their magic and make us reallyyyyy want some of those cut-off shorts.

The range drops on Monday July 4 in Tommy Hilfiger stores, The Iconic and select Universal stores.

global.tommy.com/au

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