Zendaya And Tommy Hilfiger Turned The NYFW Runway Into A ‘70s Block Party

As New York Fashion Week is going on and the fashion industry is on the fire these days. Recently, Zendaya’s collection with Tommy Hilfiger was just freaking amazing. It’s not surprised because Tommy always goes all out with his sets (remember when he turned Pier 16 into a carnival?), As part of Zendaya’s ongoing partnership with designer, the Euphoria actress revealed her Fall 2019 collection and it finally its runway debut at the legendary Apollo Theatre during New York Fashion Week.

Tommy and Zendaya t-shirts with the phrase “For One Night Only” written on them being sold in the front and it felt like it was like walking into a concert. The show begins with a trumpet player making his way down the runway, which was transformed into a street and it felt like we were transported to New York in the 70’s with sirens and train whistles blaring in the background. Then, out of nowhere an old convertible with a group of musicians drove in while models started walking down the road. It felt like someone in the middle of the coolest block party. There wasn’t a second of the show that didn’t have the crowd singing and dancing in their seats.

While it’s one thing to see it on your laptop, its whole other thing to see it IRL. Models danced their way down to the road in dramatic silhouettes that were inspired by sultry ‘70s styles.

Prior to the show starting, Tommy sent out a special note to all the guests in which he expressed his gratitude about working with Zendaya. “This evening also marks the end of my two-season collaboration with Zendaya and image architect, Law Roach. With redefined power dressing at its core, the collection’s bold tailored pieces are infused with a modern twist that celebrate the strength that comes from fearlessly being your true self. We didn’t want to hold anything back tonight, with Zendaya’s vision, dedication and strong voice bringing a unique edge to our collaboration. She has an important message to tell, and sharing our platform to express her creativity has been an honor.”

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