Maxim Meyer-Horn

27 Oct

Tommy Jeans Celebrates Its DNA With the Music Revisited Collection

Tommy Jeans has established itself as a brand for music lovers by featuring many upcoming artists in their campaigns. For their new ‘Music Revisited’ collection, they combine their streetwear aesthetics with tour merchandise-inspired apparel. This collection wants to celebrate the brand’s unique moments in music history by honoring some household names.

TLC, Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, and The Rolling Stones are among the acts that grace the sixteen various styles of tees and sweaters. The pieces are made from organic cotton and come in both unisex and female sizing.

Tommy loves music

Music has always been a key element for the legendary fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger and became one of the first designers to actively collaborate with different artists. From hip hop to rock ‘n roll. This new collection revisits the Tommy Jeans archives, which results in a cool vintage merch-inspired collection.

The ‘Tommy Revisited: Music Collection‘ is available online and in selected stores.

Pictures by Tommy Jeans. 

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