Last June 18, Tod’s presented its newest menswear collection at the Villa Necchi Campiglio in Milan, and it was an exploration of the reinvention of their classic pieces into more modern looks and motifs.
The iconic Double-T moccasins got an updated look, coming in vibrant, summer-inspired colors of orange and green.
The brand even came up with its own variation of the camo print: a water-colored stamp effect done in olive hues, which menswear creative director Andrea Incontri called “cloudflage”–an amalgam of “cloud,” in reference to the softness of the print, and “camouflage.”
Tod’s also dove into athleisure footwear, with sneakers that came in non-traditional materialization, such as suede and leather together, and in bold hues of blue and orange.
Completing the lineup of footwear were the loafers that featured contrasting tassels and creeper soles.
As for the clothes, they came in a neutral sandy palette punctuated by dusty blues and twilight gray. Incontri has expanded Tod’s signature “off-duty-chic” by experimenting with fabric treatment, resulting to pieces that command a second look: a shirt-jacket that has the appearance of denim turns out to be made of hide and bomber jackets designed with stripes.
Photos by Melo Albert.