Tommy Hilfiger on Fashion Week Fall 2020 | Interview


Designer Tommy Hilfiger and actress Zendaya walk the runway at the Tommy Hilfiger TommyNow fall runway show at the Apollo Theater on September 8, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)        (Photo credit should read ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images)
Tommy Hilfiger closes the Tommy x Zendaya runway show alongside Zendaya last September

In the wake of COVID, racial injustice, and the Black Lives Matter movement, the fashion industry, like many others, is facing a necessary (and long overdue) rewiring. Many brands and designers are taking stock of how business is done, and what could be better — but how does an established brand really shake up its process and create lasting change for the future? That was the question on our minds when we chatted with Tommy Hilfiger ahead of the Spring ’21 Fashion Week season, where Tommy’s typically elaborate runway concepts, A-lister model lineups, and all-star collaborations will be noticeably absent.

Instead, the designer is shifting the brand’s focus to an initiative that addresses the industry’s profound need for more representation and inclusion, with the launch of the People’s Place…

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