Tommy Hilfiger took us back to prep school for Fall '13, showing one perfectly tailored look after the other — all with a refined '60s mod twist. Described by Hilfiger as "Savile Row meets Ivy League," the collection drew inspiration from famous London tailor Tommy Nutter, which was clear in the designer's expertly cut coats and jackets highlighting classic Prince of Wales plaid, tartan, and houndstooth patterns. Meanwhile, refined shearling-embellished moto jackets and structured khaki bonded Mackintosh coats injected a modern element to the mix. There was also a standout leather-bonded cable-knit sweater coat that melded traditionalism and modernity into one poignant statement. We're taking a look at the best outerwear moments from Tommy's Fall show, so click through to see them all now.
The Best Outerwear to Hit Tommy Hilfiger's Fall '13 Runway