TOD’S

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style File -

Red leather, yel­low leather—half of cre­ative di­rec­tor Alessandra Facchinetti’s col­lec­tion was made from an­i­mal skin, which was hardly sur­pris­ing con­sid­er­ing Tod’s is renowned for its leather ac­ces­sories. The ver­sa­til­ity of the ma­te­rial in­cluded a black crin­kled coat with a high furlined neck; a pink shiny-belted rain­coat; a rich bur­gundy vest, stun­ning in its simplicity; and a nude boxy jacket and asym­met­ric skirt combo. Speak­ing of boxy jack­ets, Tod’s sil­hou­ette was ex­actly that—right down to the trenches that were left un­but­toned. Prints were equally math­e­mat­i­cal, all black and white grids and graph­ics on bowl­ing bags, scarves and, cu­ri­ously, wide-brimmed hats. Even a fur polo neck was di­vided into con­trast­ing colour blocks. Other pat­terns in­cluded kalei­do­scope and di­a­mond. It’s hip to be square this win­ter.

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