By  on April 8, 2010

Tommy Hilfiger once again shined the spotlight on its suit business with a stand-alone tailored clothing presentation that pointed to how a department store-priced collection could be both accessible and trend-right.

The fall 2010 tailored line — produced under license by Marcraft Apparel — translated the brand’s preppy heritage into classic and serious suitings. The Hilfiger man was given sleek versions of boardroom favorites such as the navy double-breasted suit and the two-button gray windowpane style — both in wool.

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