Indya Moore reinvents the classics with Tommy Hilfiger
Draped in a classic sky blue striped shirtdress and leaned towards the camera as if about to melt for a kiss, Pose superstar and non-binary activist Indya Moore seems to be in full control. As part of the launch of a new capsule collection co-designed with Tommy Hilfiger, the actor has assembled a group of activists for a shoot in the Bronx, led by photographer Myles Loftin and showcasing selected pieces from the new collaboration. . Each soft, pastel image evokes a reinvented nostalgia; with each garment, Moore took a Tommy’s classic – say, striped buttoning, for example – and reworked it for a modern (and, most importantly, gender-neutral) audience.
Size-inclusive and versatile for work and play, the partnership launched in the US on July 13 on tommy.com and includes a variety of tops and bottoms, such as a satin linen voile jacket, a basketball shorts, a pinstripe blazer and a sequined cropped t-shirt. Accessory elements include a bucket hat with gold charms, braided sandals, a denim camera bag and a Moore signature headband. The colors stay true to Tommy Hilfiger favorites: muted whites, blues, grays and golds, with an occasional touch of red.
A notable aspect of the capsule is its intentional fluidity. No part is intended to be worn in exactly the same way on different models. The shoulders are dropped and widened to better accommodate a range of body types. Adaptable silhouettes – the linen lounge pants, for example, have an adjustable leg drawstring to adjust length and shape – allow for a comfortable fit. And Moore has infused items with a taste of their own history, from the ‘Bronx’ lettering on the college sweatshirt to the lotus flower graphic that appears on some clothing, a nod to Moore’s own growth. when the actor won.
“This capsule goes beyond great style,” Moore explained in a press release. “It breaks a cycle and sets a new standard in the industry. Too many people feel like something is wrong with them just because they are themselves. It means everything to me to know that with our capsule, no one feels bad, different or broken. Everyone works perfectly for this collection, no matter who they are.
Activists Moore chose to show off the clothes included multimedia artist Chella Man, model and activist Gia Love, model and actor Cory Walker, and Pidgeon, co-founder of the Intersex Justice Project, who each came together. for a series of shots meant to invoke the vibe of ’90s R&B. “Aaliyah is one of my favorite artists, and when I think of Tommy Hilfiger, I think of her,” Moore said before the release of the capsule.
Captured on leather sofas, stretched out in barber shop armchairs, stretched out next to old arcade games or perched on coin-operated washing machines, the models perfectly evoke the infusion of classic and creativity that characterizes the Moore collection. If only all fashion brands were so eager for reinvention.
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