Monday 1 February 2016

First Look: Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2016 Global Advertising Campaign

Tommy Hilfiger announced its Spring 2016 global advertising campaign, Wish You Were Here. Inspired by an island-hopping holiday to exotic locales in St. Vincent and The Grenadines, the campaign celebrates relaxed Caribbean lifestyle with an eclectic, spirited twist that’s uniquely Tommy. Set against a backdrop of turquoise waters and white sand beaches, the signature style combines laidback island ease with a sophisticated touch; it’s iconic holiday style at its best.

Tommy Hilfiger sends warmest wishes from exotic Mustique, where supermodel Behati Prinsloo (brand ambassador for the third consecutive season) and her handsome crew of castaways (Miles McMillan, Marlon Teixeira, Nathan Owens, Jordan Barrett, and Darius Trabalza Haynes) are hitting the beach with spirit and style. Up a leafy palm or splashing in the surf, she’s a modern-day explorer – ready to write her own adventures and lead the gang in hot pursuit of the good life. Island casual meets sporty cool, with an individual twist. Nautical red, white and blue meet native flora in sophisticated pieces with laid-back ease. Think crocheted knits and candy-striped dresses. Embroidered seersucker shirts. Blazers and button-downs, layered over wild floral polos.

“Our Spring ’16 campaign is inspired by the eternal island vacation,” said Tommy Hilfiger. “My family and I have always loved the Caribbean, and Mustique in particular is our favorite place to spend time together. This season, we channel this ‘island life’ inspiration into our colorful, cool campaign with an eclectic twist. We mix nautical and tropical influences with sun-washed palettes and athletic accents; it’s all about a relaxed beach holiday with a glamorous touch.”

Wish You Were Here is photographed by Craig McDean, styled by Karl Templer and creatively directed by Trey Laird of Laird + Partners.

The Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 2016 collection is available in Tommy Hilfiger standalone stores & Stuttafords from January to July 2016.

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