Tommy Hilfiger’s Return to New York Fashion Week

Katerina Archipov

Tommy Hilfiger returns to New York Fashion Week after a three-year absence. His 2022 fall collection is known as “See Now, Buy Later.” Hilfiger’s show, known as the “Tommy Factory” experience, took place on Sept. 11, 2022 at Skyline Drive-In in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Collaborating with Richard Quinn, a British designer, the collection painted more of a rebel picture, including pieces like leather jackets, harnesses and whips. However, preppy Hilfiger still made an appearance, showcasing varsity jackets, polo skirts and blazers with a streetwear look. The show was very inclusive with models of all shapes, colors and sizes strutting the brand.  Additionally, Hilfiger’s collection was made in memory of Andy Warhol, a major figure in pop art, and his factory in New York, which inspired “Tommy Factory.” Hilfiger says, “Tommy Factory isn’t a physical space, it’s a state of mind.”

Many famous faces made an appearance at the show, including Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardasian-Barker, Corey Gamble, Shawn Mendes, John Legend and Kate Moss. Travis Barker also attended, wearing a Hilfiger puffer jacket.