Tommy Hilfiger Is Not a Fan of Baggy Jeans on Women

The iconic designer does have a history of making oversized clothes for men.

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There's one trend you won't see with a Tommy Hilfiger logo, and that's baggy jeans on women.

“I think they look terrible on women,” the designer told Page Six. “I want to see something form-fitting on a woman’s frame. It should be more fit and feminine or little bit tighter in the hips.”

Hilifiger was in Palm Beach, Fla. with his wife Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger, who was being honored for her work in philanthropy and fashion.

“In New York we like to wear black,” he also said, “My clothes actually sell better in Florida, California, Texas places like that. A lot of tourists are buying my clothes in New York and they take them back from wherever they come in from.”

While Hilfiger isn’t enthusiastic about the baggy silhouette on women, he does have a history of making oversized clothes.

In 2022, Snoop replied to the artist formerly known as Kanye West calling a Tommy Hilfiger Rugby the Long Beach, CA rapper wore in 1994 "the most impactful marketing moment of my young life." Snoop wore the piece while on Saturday Night Live.

“Love u king … Let’s make. A move. Call the play,” Snoop responded. 

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