Tod’s returned to the runway format with its fall collection, which was designed by a team, who took the bow at the end of a show strong on outerwear and accessories, the brand’s core business.
With its lifestyle of the highest italian quality, tod’s presents a winter of outdoor spirit, designed for being outdoors even when inside you’re indoors, reassured by the softness of leather, adapted for going anywhere, with modern refinement.
Accessories with crafted details and finishes define a wardrobe that takes us through the day with their sublime manufacture.
The collection was sophisticated and once again emphasized Tod’s leather craftsmanship — heightened by the “Wrapping” performance and installation by Thomas De Falco presented at the entrance of the show venue, the contemporary art museum PAC, with models, including Naomi Campbell, clad in swatches of leather. “We want to continue to link the brand with art,” said chairman and ceo Diego Della Valle, referring to a previous performance for the brand by Vanessa Beecroft.
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