Following notable appearances in Phillipp Plein's FW17 and SS18 seasonal shows, Jeremy Meeks — aka Prison Bae — was spotted strutting his stuff at Tommy Hilfiger's Spring 2018 show in Milan.

Following the announcement of an official partnership between Formula One champions Mercedes-AMG and the label, Hilfiger rounded off Milan's fashion week with a racing-inspired capsule titled "Drive." Featuring pieces from his TommyNow collection, the seasonal event consisted of Hilfiger's signature red, white, and blue palette, with checker flag prints, visors, overalls, and lots of racing leather.

Among the numerous models to take to the runway, 34-year-old Meeks was a special treat, donning a coach jacket, white hoodie, striped baseball cap, and shorts.

While Prison Bae was a welcome addition, headlining the show was none other than Gigi Hadid. After co-designing a capsule with the American label, the recent spring collection marked the fourth and last collaboration between the pair. The supermodel took to the racing-track tarmac wearing a crop top and cobalt leather racing pants.

What do you make of the latest collection? Drop us a message in the comments below.

Check out more SS18 coverage here. When you're done, have a look at Woolrich's SS18 Americana capsule.

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