What you need to know about the upcoming Zendaya x Tommy Hilfiger collection

Mia Steiber 9 January 2019 NEWS

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The first collaboration between Zendaya and Tommy Hilfiger will debut this March. Here's when you can buy it.

Tommy Hilfiger is a brand that is no stranger to celebrity collaborations. The label has previously paired with mega-model Gigi Hadid to create four unique capsule collections. The final instalment of Gigi and Tommy Hilfiger's partnership debuted at Milan Fashion Week in early 2018, leaving the path open for something new.

In October, we heard what the next move is for Tommy Hilfiger – the brand would partner with Zendaya for its next collaborative capsule. Ever since we've been waiting with bated breath to find out when we'll get to see the pieces from the collaboration, and now we finally know.

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Zendaya and Tommy Hilfiger will be showing their collection for the first time at Paris Fashion week on Saturday 2 March, which will end up as Sunday 3 March for those of us in Australia. Although, if you can't wait that long, Tommy Hilfiger has posted a sneak peek to its Instagram account and Zendaya has a teaser on her saved Instagram stories.

The capsule will be part of the TommyNow series, a range of see now, buy now collections. For the uninitiated, this means that shoppers can buy the collection almost immediately after it's been shown – typically fashion collections are shown six months before they are actually available to shop. In short, you should be able to get your hands on this particular collaboration in early March, right after the fashion show.

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This is not the first foray into fashion for the outspoken Disney alumnus Zendaya. She has previously collaborated with Boohoo to curate a collection that offered fans access to her unique style at an affordable price. She's also in the process of launching her own streetwear-chic fashion line called Daya.


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