Stop Everything, The Vetements x Tommy Hilfiger Collection Is Here

The streetwear brand are teaming up with yet more industry heavyweights - this time it's the turn of the classic American label

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Ever since Vetements burst onto the scene in 2014, everything Demna Gvasalia and his team touch has turned into cool kid gold.

Although some of their designs are deemed more than a little 'out there', they quickly become a must-have with millennials everywhere.

Even we have succumbed to their sock boots, XXL hoodies, and most of all, their logos. After all, did our adult selves ever envisage that we'd be walking around twinning with a DHL van? No, we did not.

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Having already collaborated with big names Manolo Blahnik, Reebok and Juicy Couture (to name a few), we were all impatiently awaiting the arrival of their SS18 collection.

It didn't come in the form of a fashion show, however, but 57 looks which were showcased in a lookbook, and modelled by real people on the streets of Zurich. We applaud.

Scrolling through the images flooding social media it was hard not to raise an eyebrow at one look in particular. A red hoodie emblazoned with the iconic Tommy Hilfiger logo. (We know, we did not see this coming either).

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In a completely unexpected twist, Vetements are collaborating with designer Tommy Hilfiger on a unisex collection, that we can expect to hit stores next February.

From the sounds of things, it's going to be worth the wait, as we are promised a plethora of T-shirts, beanies, socks, and yep, you guessed it, more oversized hoodies.

Hilfiger confirmed the news, telling WWD, 'We agreed to it because we think it's such a cool brand and think it will be an incredible collaboration.'

He then added, that when it comes to luxe streetwear, 'Nobody does it better than these guys.'

Couldn't agree with you more Tommy.

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