Tommy Hilfiger has launched a new Japan-only collection titled “Utility Icons 2.0.” The neutral-toned range, which includes 12 items, offers a fusion of the brand’s traditional Americana-inspired codes and those of classic military garments.
Drawing from utilitarian uniforms, the collection opens with a reversible bomber jacket based on the signature MA-1 silhouette. The design is available in both black and khaki colorways, with the former including a back camo graphic and the latter adopting a simple white stripe. The field jacket, meanwhile, employs a washed treatment, and the overfit T-shirt dons an iconographic Tommy Hilfiger emblem in its center, with cut-out details along its hem.
Elsewhere, the lineup boasts a track jacket with coloblocking referencing Hilfiger’s signature branding, as well as a straightforward hoodie and an oversized sweatshirt. Rounding out the range, the brand offers a longsleeve T-shirt, track pants, track cargo pants, chino pants and sweatpants.
Tommy Hilfiger’s “Utility Icons 2.0” collection is now available to shop in stores in Japan that carry the brand’s menswear collections. Prices range from ¥11,000 JPY to ¥53,900 JPY. Take a closer look at the line in the gallery above.