Sneak peek: The last collection from Tommy Hilfiger x Gigi Hadid

Stephanie Panecasio 2 February 2018 NEWS

TOMMY GIGI LEAD

The fourth instalment of Tommy x Gigi is almost here.

The last capsule of the Tommy x Gigi collection is soon to be among us and I don't know about you, but I'm not sure I'm ready to say goodbye to further collections. Thankfully, we've got a couple of sneak peeks from the Tommy website to tide us over until the official launch of the collection in Milan Fashion Week.

The collection will include everything from activewear to denim and everything in between – and yes, you may be surprised to even see a splash of swimwear in the mix as well. It may seem like a tough ask to model all the different styles and pieces, but if anyone can rock all the looks, it's going to be Gigi.

And ladies, we hope you like motor sports because it's definitely a running theme through this collection. From driving gloves to the signature jacket styles, we feel like we're already at the race track and we're not mad about it.

The lookbook is currently online, though the collection itself won't be released until after the show. Not sure where to get your hands on Tommy Hilfiger? You'll be able to shop the collection direct from your local Tommy Hilfiger store, and eventually at retailers like THE ICONIC, David Jones, ASOS, YOOX and Myer!

Check out some of the images below and stay tuned to @finderstyle on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more.

GIGI ONE

GIGI TWO

GIGI THREE

GIGI TALL ONE

GIGI TALL TWO

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