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Tommy Hilfiger on Streaming Shows

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"Another school of thought is that we should do a larger scale show, but open to the public. We should at the same stream it live and also televise it so the world sees what we’re doing. That has never been done, but makes a lot of sense. I just don’t know that we can get the whole fashion industry behind that because people are so protective and so worried about their ideas being used. I think the editors and a lot of the fashion people wouldn’t feel great about the public coming to see the show because it would be too big of a spectacle." [WWD]