Renee Zellweger in Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2011 and A Look at the Fall 2011 Collection

For a good period of time, Renee Zellweger was one of fashion’s red carpet favorites. She seemed to always get it right and then there was an equally long period when she didn’t. I was pleasantly surprised to see her looking great this week, back to her best dressed self.

She was in Milan helping Tommy Hilfiger launch his limited edition bag for Breast Health International. Naturally, she rocked two looks from the brand, both from the Spring 2011 collection. For the press conference, she chose a red trenchcoat as modeled by Karlie Kloss on the runway and she accessorized with Jimmy Choo Quiet Patent Peep Toe Platform Pumps ($665). Completely sophisticated and spring-perfect.

Underneath the trench, she was wearing a periwinkle and navy dress with bow detailing. She provided a little coverage with a navy cardigan. Another great selection that showcased Zellweger’s amazing legs (which I didn’t know that she had). Definitely looking forward to other mini styles on her.

Tommy Hilfiger has made being preppy cool and for Fall 2011, he added an edge to his signature style. The looks had a certain sophistication and effortlessness to them that I really enjoyed. Form-fitting leather pants in chocolate brown as seen on Jourdan Dunn, cozy knits like the sweater worn by Melodie Monrose. The tailoring was absolute perfection, making each piece as chic as the last. Menswear-inspired suiting was in full effect and it looked super cool.

Floppy hats were paired with a few looks, giving the collection a 70’s chic jetsetting vibe. The designs were really exciting, making me immediately note down specific looks in preparation for when they’re actually available for purchase. An extremely wearable and cosmopolitan collection that I can definitely see women everywhere gravitating to.

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