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She was a trendsetter throughout her career, whether continuously setting the standard in R&B; music or swimming in baggy boys clothing - which helped her secure a spot in the 1996 Tommy Jeans ad campaign.
But those gains were partially offset by declining sales of Estee Lauder Beyond Paradise, Aramis Life, Clinique Simply, Tommy Jeans and Tommy from Tommy Hilfiger and Lauder Intuition Men.
Michael Sullivan, aged nine of Dorridge, wears Tommy jeans for pounds 55 and Ted Baker shirt for pounds 40 with Diesel D-Explorer shoes for pounds 54.
Elizabeth will front a new multi-million pound Tommy Jeans campaign.
He gave his normal all-American, stars-and-stripes style a tartan spin by unveiling a stunning array of Scots-inspired micro-kilts and tartan tops as part of his Tommy Jeans collection for next winter.
THERE are Tommy Jeans in the Tommy Hilfiger stable but no brand called Tommy Sports.
In what may be an unprecedented level of collaboration between the fashion and entertainment industries, young actors from the film will pose in Tommy jeans for a back-to-school advertising campaign that will begin in July.
The innovative designer has developed an original concept for his new advertising campaign, by assembling a cast of emerging musical talent - Christina Milian, Fefe Dobson, Farnsworth Bentley and Robin Thicke - to perform in four separate 30-second commercial spots to support the Tommy Jeans line.