The Tommy Hilfiger X Richard Quinn Fall/Winter 2022 collection has arrived

If there is a way to conquer the fashion industry quickly, Richard Quinn knows how. Named the enfant terrible of the British fashion world by Vogue magazine, he graduated in 2016, winning an award for his work and two years later Queen Elizabeth II presented him with the first prize for British design.




Now, following his collaboration with the brand Tommy Gilfiger, he has released a new collection Tommy Hilfiger X Richard Quinn. Commenting on the Autumn/Winter 2022 collection, Hilfiger said. I knew then that we had to work with him after seeing him dressed Kylie Minogue and her dancers at the Fashion Awards last year. I love that he’s offering something different.”

The collections are based on varsity jackets, trousers worn over boxer shorts and Tommy Hilfiger’s punk moments. Combining the best of British and American pop culture into one collection, the 40-piece collection features limited edition pieces. The style of the collection incorporates Quinn’s signature pop-art motifs. These motifs have earned her an international reputation,

“I’ve always been inspired by working with creatives who push the boundaries, and Richard is no exception. We brought our two separate aesthetics together to create a rebellious image of modern Prep. It’s unexpected and optimistic and reflects the playful spirit of both our brands,” said Mr Hilfiger.

 

 

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The Tommy Hilfiger X Richard Quinn Fall/Winter 2022 collection has arrived

 

 

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The Tommy Hilfiger X Richard Quinn Fall/Winter 2022 collection has arrived
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