TOMMY HILFIGER LAUNCHES FALL 2020 GLOBAL CAMPAIGN INSPIRED BY THE SPIRIT OF MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER

By September 9, 2020 News

Tommy Hilfiger, which is owned by PVH Corp.  [NYSE: PVH], announces its Fall 2020 global campaign, which embodies the spirit of Moving Forward Together to shape a better future. Throughout the season, initiatives celebrating the philosophy at the heart of the campaign will invite fans of the brand to unleash the power of the collective through co-creation and customization initiatives as well as local collaborations. The Fall 2020 message of Moving Forward Together builds on the Tommy Hilfiger’s ongoing commitment to create fashion that Wastes Nothing and Welcomes All, and will launch in Europe on September 2, 2020.

“When facing extraordinary social and economic challenges, standing together is our strongest way forward” said Tommy Hilfiger. “Every challenge is an opportunity. It can take you one step closer to achieving your dream, reinvigorate your sense of wonder, and inspire creativity you never knew you had. Through Moving Forward Together, we’re on a journey to help reignite that creative spark and offer help where it’s needed most.”

The Fall 2020 campaign was shot at Disney’s Golden Oak Ranch by photographer Dan Martensen, who captures and celebrates the beauty of every unique culture through his work. The campaign’s casting features an inspiring set of global icons who all uniquely advocate for greater inclusivity. Influencers includes Alton Mason, Ralph Souffrant, Geron McKinley, Halima Aden, Dilone, Michaela DePrince, Soo Joo Park and Precious Lee.

The Moving Forward Together activations follow several philanthropic programs recently launched by Tommy Hilfiger. During the height of the pandemic, Tommy Hilfiger donated 10,000 white T-shirts to frontline healthcare workers. It also launched a co-creation initiative which invited the TOMMY HILFIGER community to design a capsule collection with all proceeds going to global COVID-19 relief efforts. Moving Forward Together represents another step in helping the industry and creative communities recover.