It was through ‘’The Song’’, a music video directed by Antoine Asseraf and shot at Villa Necchi Campiglio, a gem of Milanese modernist architecture designed by Piero Portaluppi in 1932, that Tod’s unveiled its Spring/Summer 2021 collection.
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Tod’s creative director Walter Chiapponi took a more spontaneous, emotional approach this season, more tactile and lived-in (washed cotton, canvas and suede that had texture, often a crumpled and lived-in look), perhaps compensating for the lack of physical contact with people during the lockdown.
The women’s and men’s offerings shared a sense of relaxed self-confidence and ease where pockets were a key focus. Think four patch pockets found on the field jacket, or on men’s polo and denim shirts with patch pockets or the oversized pockets stitched on cargo shorts as if worn inside out.
The color palette was vibrant – an unusual choice for Tod’s – with touches of wisteria, orange, red and jade green that heightened the collection’s energetic vibe, and gave it a hint of cool.
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