For its spring show, Tod’s re-created a pristinely manicured Italian garden of box hedges, sculpted topiaries and chalky white pebbles, the kind of outdoor space that’s beautifully designed but a destination for relaxation. A similar point of view applied to Alessandra Facchinetti’s collection.
A crisp take on “sophisticated sport,” according to the press notes, the lineup featured tidy, tailored shapes in a fresh, pleasing palette of white, ivory, muted lavender and emerald green with a major focus on the house’s bread and butter, leather. It’s a material fundamental to Tod’s identity and thus crucial to reflect in the clothes, but there are challenges when it comes to ready-to-wear design, particularly in terms of weight and structure. [...]
Via Mariano Pallottini