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Editorial: Hit Me Baby One More Time

A month ago, part one of the Tommy Jeans 3.0 capsule collection was launched. Now it’s time for the second drop. The epic logo is still very much alive, as is the 90’s vibe. What diversifies this collection from the first one is the color palette. Main shades red & blue made room for soft pastels. Does this make you long for summer even more? Yes! We get the point and obviously Tommy got it too.

Hit me baby one more time

Our personal favorite: the yellow logo T-shirt. Looks great when you have a little tan and perfectly reflects the 90’s spirit. It has “Hit me baby one more time” written all over it. (Little side note: did you know that Tommy actually sponsored Britney Spears’ One more time tour?) Obviously we left the ponytails, fluffy hair accessories and lipstick overdose where it belongs, back in nineteen ninety-nine. Every revival has it limits.

Photography by Elien Jansen
Production and styling by ENFNTS TERRIBLES
Model Yannick Alexander

Editorial in collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger

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