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Tommy Hilfiger Brings Back Iconic ‘90s Styles With Capsule Collection

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Tommy Hilfiger is creating a capsule collection that calls back to its '90s heyday. The boldly branded apparel was made famous on the backs of the era's icons, like Aaliyah and Snoop Dogg, and are now making a proper comeback thanks to Hilfiger and

The collection, which is modeled by sisters Suki and Immy Waterhouse, includes the brand's classic flag sweatshirt remade with velvet, the boxers with heavily branded waistbands, and a pair of varsity jackets — in both velvet and satin — embroidered with a large 'H' patch. And, of course, there's the Hilfiger bandeau made iconic by Aaliyah, who went on to become a campaign star for the brand in 1997. The collection will range in price from $198 to $654, which is a small price to pay for '90s nostalgia. The collection is set to go on sale tomorrow, October 22nd, at, according to a since taken down page on Glamour.