This Is How to Style the New Tommy x Gigi Collection Like an Australian It Girl

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If you've been following the international Fashion Week circuit along with us, you'll know that the Tommy Hilfiger A/W 17 collection was a Hadid-heavy affair. Gigi Hadid was once again the muse and design collaborator for the Tommy x Gigi capsule collection, which was also part of the parade of looks on show. In great news for our wardrobes and terrible news for our wallets, you can shop the Tommy x Gigi collection right now from selected Tommy Hilfiger retail stores, David Jones and Myer.

The third collaboration between the American brand and Hadid, this season's look referenced the best of '90s era rock, working in luxe velvet with high-shine leather, lots of flannel and, of course, denim. But while fashion superstars like Joan Smalls, Jourdan Dunn, and both Hadid sisters brought an undeniably international It-girl attitude to the looks, we'll be looking to style key pieces with an antipodean point of view. So who better to consult than our own INF / Network—fashion forces in their own right—on how to wear the Tommy x Gigi looks the Australian way.

Petra Mackova of Pepamack and Andi Csinger shot their favourite looks from the collection exclusively for Who What Wear Australia. Keep scrolling to discover their take on dressing like a Tommy Girl.



(Image credit: Andi Csinger)


(Image credit: Andi Csinger)


(Image credit: Andi Csinger)

"This look had me feeling all kinds of rock chick, tomboy vibes. I love the combo of plaid, in the basic platforms made cool with the print, and stripes with those sleeves—red details are always a good idea. And then the jeans… Distressed denim every. Single. Day."—Andi Csinger

Petra Mackova


(Image credit: @pepamack)


(Image credit: @pepamack)

"I really appreciate how big brands collaborate with influencers and let them create their own pieces. The Gigi collaboration with Tommy is so easy to wear; this old-school style rock T-shirt is something I can wear with almost anything, from jeans to skirts. But my favourite piece is the army green parker. I love the oversized cut—match this jacket with classic skinnies and the look is timeless."—Petra Mackova


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