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Tommy Hilfiger collection now at House of Fraser online
07
Jan '11
House of Fraser, the premium department store now offers the new Tommy Hilfiger 2011 collection online at houseoffraser.co.uk.

Established in 1985, Tommy Hilfiger has successfully created preppy, luxury leisurewear along with fresh fragrances. Tommy Hilfiger clothing and accessories, including men's jeans and men's socks, women's clothing and children's hats and scarves are now all available at houseoffraser.co.uk.

The new range includes Tommy Hilfiger's Men's Holiday collection, featuring padded cotton plaid shirts in a variety of festive shades from holly green to cherry red, adding a pop of rich colour to any man's wardrobe. Relaxed chunky knits and outerwear are worked in a traditional palette of black, white and grey that features tartan and heritage houndstooth trims and linings giving these classic pieces a new twist. Favourites include the fairisle shawl collar cardigans with snowflake intarsia and heavy boiled lambswool hooded jacket with toggle fastening and cosy red lumberjack lining.

This winter Tommy Hilfiger women's Holiday collection offers an elegant 60's silhouette featuring black boucle which separates from the evening duster coat, as well as a selection of cocktail dresses in silk, lurex wool and crepe. Customers can choose from the classic smoking dress or opt for the super chic strapless little black dress, cinched at the waist with oversized satin bow.

Whether customers are looking for essential basics or quality workwear and casualwear, they can rely on the Tommy Hilfiger collection and a variety of other luxury designer labels, including Ralph Lauren and Hugo Boss, both of which are also available online at House of Fraser.

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