The road to success is not easy to navigate, but with hard work, drive and passion, it's possible to achieve the American dream.

— Tommy Hilfiger

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American style is about confidence, independence, diversity and free expression.


Good sportsmanship goes beyond the game; it starts with respect.


My passion for music has always inspired my designs.

Tommy Hilfiger quote I'm a designer of more than clothes. I'm

I'm a designer of more than clothes. I'm a designer of a very creative concept.


I think preppy stands for optimism, confidence, energy and authenticity.


I always say if I weren't a fashion designer, my other dream job is being a rock star!


The possibilities are endless, so never be discouraged by a setback, no matter how big.


New York Fashion Week comes only twice a year, make it count


I think it's dangerous to think that you're successful, because then you become complacent.


Good sportsmanship means treating others with respect. I consider myself a pretty good sport.


I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I wanted to build some kind of lifestyle brand that was preppy and cool.


Victory is about recognizing all the work that went into achieving your dream.


A classic, navy blue blazer is my staple.

It's a look that can take you from office meetings to dinner out with friends or family.


About Tommy Hilfiger

Quotes 64 sayings
Nationality American
Profession Designer
Birthday March 24, 1951

The preppy lifestyle has gone global.

We feel that our business has grown so well because preppy travels so well. It's all-American classic.


I had eight brothers and sisters. Every Christmas my younger brother Bobby would wake up extra early and open everybody's presents - everybody's - so by the time the rest of us got up, all the gifts were shredded, ribbons off, torn open and thrown aside.


Consumers around the world always want something unexpected and exciting, and that's what drives me. I love the challenge of reinterpreting my designs in new ways each season to keep the "prep look" modern and fresh.


There are many more important things in life than fashion.

But fashion, to me, is part of pop culture. And I'm an art collector. I'm obsessed with art and pop culture. And I say that there is fame, fashion, art, music and entertainment, including celebrity, that really moves the needle in society.


My rule of thumb is to strike a balance by sticking to the classics and playing with color, texture, and print to give them a modern update. On any given day, I keep it simple with jeans or chinos and a comfortable dress shirt.


In designing a lifestyle brand, you have to know more than just designing clothes.


I think it is really important to have a sense of business.

As a designer you can get so wrapped up in the design and fashion side that you forget the business side.


The best city for fashion is Tokyo. You see styles there you won't see in London, Paris, Milan or New York. I also like the fashion scene in Los Angeles - it has a unique look.


I was looking at people like Jim Morrison and David Bowie and Mick Jagger and I thought, Ah! I want to look like them.


But I think, if you're in the spotlight, people are going to say bad things, and that's just the way it is.


You want to look fashionable and put-together, not like you hit every sale rack this season.


Always stay focused. Always give and try your best.


Winning a trophy is always nice, but my personal satisfaction comes from reflecting on the passion, motivation, and determination that went into getting me there.


The preppy look has gone global- every corner of the world interprets it in a different way.


Trying too hard to follow every trend.

You want to look fashionable and put-together, not like you hit every sale rack this season.


I've never tried to do couture, because it's a whole different beast.


Algebra looked like Chinese characters to me, and I could never get into reading Shakespeare. I just did not get it.


Other than a couple of moments in time, I always thought that, some way, I'm going to make it. I'm just going to make it. And I'm not going to give up. And I'm going to realize that dream. So, I never gave up. And I have realized the dream, and I enjoy every moment of every day.


Over the last 15 years we've developed our brand into a global brand and we wanted our giving to follow suit.


I thought, if I went into business I'd be able to control my own destiny.


We like to believe our fashion is growing.


I think if a young person is passionate about something specific, he or she should follow their passion. You look at Bill Gates or Steve Jobs, all of these successes in Silicon Valley, these people have had passion in a specific area and have therefore succeeded. College isn't for everyone. If you don't have that passion or that specific focus in mind, I believe you should go to university and get an education.


I saw my future. I pictured it, but didn't quite know how to get there. But I knew that I should never give up.


We are really living the American dream, to be a successful brand in the States and in Europe and to steep ourselves in our heritage. But we do it with a sense of humor. We don't take ourselves too seriously in fashion.


'The Cut' is going to give someone the opportunity of a lifetime and help that person achieve his or her dreams.


When I am in London, I think my favourite city is London, but when I am in New York, I feel it is New York. It is very hard to choose between the two.


These are optimistic pieces, travel pieces that go anywhere


No one is an inventor in the fashion business. Designers recreate fashion.


It was difficult for me because I was searching for the answer for so long, and the answer was right in front of me. Do what I do best.


The Memorial Dedication was a momentous occasion


I try not to have regrets and to learn from every experience.


I consider myself to be respectful, and I believe this is a main value for sports.


I looked at my competitors and I thought that, If they could do it, I could do it. And if, they are popular and doing well, I could compete with them.


Our look and image never change dramatically from one season to the next, so we need an edge.


My mother was kind and forgiving and would take in all the waifs and strays in our neighbourhood; we always compared her to Mother Teresa. She taught me a lot.


Fashion is about affordable luxury ... To succeed, designers need to be affordable, wearable, accessible, and aspirational.


We had incense and rock'n'roll posters, and we sold records and rolling papers.

People could just, like, hang out. We had a cool vibe going.

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