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Easy-flowing fabrics without any tricky cuts dictate this
collection and gives it a carefree and cheerful look.
Attires like- a pair of light-as-air drawstring pants worn with
a tummy-grazing silk pique tee, or a clean white taffeta dress
with brisk orange grosgrain ribbon, makes it casual as well
as funky.
 ith his Spring 2004 collection, he
dusted off preppy classics.

His Trick Tonight was displayed via hot

hues like apple green, neon pink, orange,
and blue, all played off white basics. He
loosened up the silhouette, too, with full-
leg jeans, billowy sheer hoodies, and silky
pleated skirts.
Tommy Hilfiger¶s return to the runway with a more polished take on
traditional American sportswear. He says,
"It's a continuous evolution³.
This collection is all about ³carefree confidence" and "effortless
elegance." This meant some very familiar staples, including the
trench, the brass-buttoned blazer, the shirtdress. A double-
breasted navy jacket in coarse gabardine was worn over a pair
of striped silk pajamas (kicking off a bonanza of stripes, both
candy-colored and nautical). Silk blouses went with sailor pants,
wide trousers, or cuffed shorts. And then came a few dress
variations: fine knit intarsia shifts, a trench-detailed sheath, a
flirty pink-and-white halter. Laced spectator sandals and straw
hats underlined the *  feel. Looking newer was a sharp-
shouldered striped blazer that brought some Keith Richards
edge to a white jersey dress.
"From the Catwalk to the
Sidewalk Award" at the first
VH1 Fashion and Music
Awards (in 1995), and was
named the 1995 Menswear
Designer of the Year by the
Council of Fashion
Designers of America.
Through extensive licensing
deals, Tommy also offers
products such as
fragrances, belts, bedding,
home furnishings, and
cosmetics. The company's
clean-cut clothing is sold in
major department and
specialty stores as well as
some 165 Tommy Hilfiger
shops and outlets.