See The New Tommy Hilfiger X Gigi Hadid Runway Boot Available Now

For their collaborative collection, supermodel Gigi Hadid and Tommy Hilfiger went for a purely nautical theme.

Gigi Hadid Tommy Hilfiger Collection
Tommy Hilfiger spring ’17 collection.
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The collection, which embraced the season’s all important ‘buy now, wear now’ trend of the season with a shoppable online activation, featured only two shoe styles: a simple slip on sneaker and a nautical boot.

The latter style, which is currently listed for $199, features buckling an a spiffy glossed leather finish.

Gigi Hadid Tommy Hilfiger Collection
Leather nautical boot from Gigi Hadid’s Tommy Hilfiger capsule collection.
CREDIT: Courtesy of brand.

A little lackluster? Yes. But let’s be honest, this show was more about hype, likes and web traffic than groundbreaking design.

On the runway, the boots were styled with over the knee varsity socks — a trend best life to the Gigi Hadids of the world.

Celebs sitting front row included Taylor Swift and Martha Hunt, mother Yolanda Hadid, brother Anwar Hadid, Kris Jenner, Lewis Hamilton, will.i.am and Olivia Culpo.

Taylor Swift Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Show
Anwar Hadid, Taylor Swift, Martha Hunt and Lewis Hamilton sitting front row during the Tommy Hilfiger show.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

Click through the gallery below to see more from the Tommy Hilfiger spring ’17 collection.

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