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Vroom! Gigi Hadid and Tommy Hilfiger's collaboration is a must-see!

The new collection is inspired by a race-track

by Laura Sutcliffe /


Supermodel of the moment Gigi Hadid never fails to give us all the fashion goals - so we were understandably excited by news of her fourth collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger. The eagerly-anticipated Spring 2018 range has taken inspiration from the race track, and includes bold black and white check prints, leather jackets, and even fingerless gloves! There is also a collection of complementaryaccessories, including an ultra-glam boxy backpack that we have our eye on. Despite its obvious racing influence, the range still honours Tommy Hilfiger's trademark blue, red and white colour palette. It's set to launch on 25 February - coincidentally the same day it will feature on the runway at Milan Fashion Week, which marks the first time the brand has ever shown in Italy. It’s the only fashioncapital city that the brand hasn’t shown in, having previously presented in New York, Los Angeles and London.

The new collection features the brand's trademark colours

Gigi, 22, has a strong connection to Tommy Hilfiger, and in 2017 a Gigi Barbie doll was released in collaboration with the all-American brand. The Victoria's Secret model was over the moon to have her very own doll, which was dressed in the same outfit she wore to close her first Tommy show in 2016. Sharing the news on Instagram, she wrote: "I'm so honoured to have my own Barbie, which celebrates my partnership with Tommy Hilfiger. Seeing the doll for the first time was surreal, and I'm so happy that we now get to share her with Tommy x Gigi Barbie fans around the world."

The new collection will launch on 25 February

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