Tommy and Dee Hilfiger attended the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Benefit  in New York

City to celebrate the opening of ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’. Based on writer Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Notes on ‘Camp’”, the

exhibition portrays how fashion and art have been influenced by themes such as artifice, exaggeration, and irony. The evening

was co-chaired by Lady Gaga, Alessandro Michele, Harry Styles, Serena Williams and Anna Wintour.


“It is always an exciting process to create designs that are inspired by some of the most defining moments in fashion”, said

Tommy Hilfiger. “You cannot ask for a more memorable evening than the Met Gala to see these designs come to life”.


Guests seated at Tommy Hilfiger’s table included Dee Hilfiger, TOMMY HILFIGER global brand ambassadors Zendaya and Lewis

Hamilton, supermodel Winnie Harlow, TV personality and entrepreneur Kris Jenner, TV personality Corey Gamble, image

architect Law Roach, singer-songwriter Thalia and music executive Tommy Mottola.


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