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Tod’s Fall/Winter 2018-2019 Ready-To-Wear Collection

This season, Tod’s plays with the fall colors

Tod’s Fall/Winter 2018-2019 Ready-to-Wear Collection is about handcrafted bags, shoes, accessories and clothes for both women and men. The whole season presents outwear pieces such as oversized jackets and coats for women, from canyon brown to burgundy to sunshine yellow. During the show, nearly every model carried puppies. Gigi Hadid made her entrance clutching a little French bulldog on one hand and holding a handbag on the other hand.

Men’s presentation is rather a mix of different styles in a tight palette of dark colors. From chic to sober sportswear, from classic to urban, adding a touch of military undertone. Quality materials have been turned into parkas, field jackets or a sartorial twist following the Italian fine-tailoring tradition. The collection also presents boots, loafers, and sneakers for every occasion, bags, and accessories such as belts and sunglasses.

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