Tommy Hilfiger on His Quirky First Store

While Tommy Hilfiger's name might now be synonymous with preppy, beach-worthy staples (as evidenced by his Oz-worthy Prep World pop-up that just departed MePa for L.A), it turns out the designer's roots include some decidedly quirkier fare.

Here, the classics-loving designer recalls the upstate boutique he ran as a teen, which featured -- among other things -- candles, incense, 20 pairs of jeans, and black light posters.

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