The autumn/winter 2013-14 Tod’s No_Code capsule collection for men and women combines Tod’s heritage of Italian shoe making with the cutting-edge vision of London magazine editor Jefferson Hack. The autumn/winter 2013-14 collection is called “Colour Theory” and sees the collaboration with LA-based photographer and artist Sam Falls to express the energy and spirit that characterises No_Code. The ethos of Tod’s No_Code is to combine timelessness and extraordinary craftsmanship with influences from the worlds of contemporary music, art and cinema. The collection is available to shop on Net-a-Porter.com and MyTheresa.com.
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The Spring 2014 collection from Tod’s was the first designed by ex-Valentino creative Alessandra Facchinetti. Highlighting Tod’s commitment to being a truly Italian made brand, the show was hailed one of the best of the day and drew out appearances from the likes of Anna Wintour, Franca Sozzani, Anna Dello Russo, blogger Chiara Ferragni, artist Polly Morgan, jewellery designer Noor Fares and more. Continue reading to view additional images.
The latest handbag from Italian heritage brand Tod’s is the Sella, a piece that was inspired by the tradition of craftsmanship within the Equestrian industry. Holding this in mind photographer David LaChapelle, known for his avant-garde celebrity portraits, captures the piece in these high-colour images that fuze the world’s of popular culture and horses in a dreamlike setting. Continue reading to view the full set of images.
Fusing tactile ponyskin and sleek patent leather, these black loafers from Tod’s make light work of the animal-print trend. The slip on shoes have a signature white rubber studded sole and back heel detail and are made of leather and calf-hair. Available to purchase from MatchesFashion.com.
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The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted antique shopping in Hungerford, England, over the weekend. For her outing Kate wore one of her best looks to date – a classic khaki trench coat paired with a black top, skinny black trousers and ballet flats. She accessorised with a Tod’s D Bag in grey leather. Continue reading to view additional images of her outfit.
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the 2013 Monaco Grand Prix Race over the weekend. For the event Princess Charlene wore a mint green shift dress paired with Tod’s eyewear. Also spotted at the event was Andrea Casiraghi, who wore a blue suit paired with bright blue Tod’s loafers, and attended with his fiance Tatiana Santo Domingo. Continue reading to view additional images of their looks.
The Tod’s No_Code line creates beautiful, elegant shoes and jackets that mix Italian craftsmanship with a London inspired sensibility. The Spring/Summer 2013 capsule collection is titled “London Calling” and combines a long heritage of shoe making with the cutting-edge lifestyle of the visionary magazine editor Jefferson Hack. The line gets new strength through the words of selected influencers of the London artistic scene like James Jagger, Carolina Bucci and Tom Oxley, as shown here, as well as others revealed on the brand’s new website, TodsNoCode.com. They are the protagonists of the site where they exclusively unveil, through their work, videos and interviews, their lifestyle and their Tod’s No_Code spirit.
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Tod’s have redefined the loafer with these sleek black leather flats. A seasonless addition to your wardrobe, this patent leather style showcases flawless design sure to add an elegant edge to all ensembles. The shoes are made of calf-leather and feature a leather insole and leather sole with black rubber pebble knobs. Available to purchase from MyTheresa.com.
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