Tod’s Fall Winter 2022 collection is presented with a striking video taking us to this time to The Rivoli Castle close to Turin. As much as we are longing for a return to live runway shows and fashion presentations, Tod’s team has beautifully mastered the craft of the video digital presentations. In these short fashion films, architecture plays an important part for Tod’s and creative director Walter Chiapponi. Tod’s videos are here to stun, from the start of digital presentations when in 2020, the house gained access to a stunning Milanese house, to the latest shoot at the Rivoli Castle. The striking video is work of renowned photographed and videographer Brett Lloyd.
“The new sneaker represents the ultimate expression of experimentation with technical materials combined with artisanal know-how, such as the long stitches that are characteristic of saddlery. Suede, technical materials and fine leathers blend to create a running shoe that escapes definition and lies surprisingly close to the world of formal wear,” from Tod’s
“Rooted in extreme craftsmanship and high-quality materials, this line of clothing results in a bold, almost rebellious wardrobe for men. The T Lion logo, in a contrasting print, flanks the iconic T Timeless symbol on accessories and buckles. Tod’s W.G. is the result of the evolutionary path of the Winter Gommino. Featuring bolder, striking proportions, its higher sole stands out even more against the uppers. The refined materials of this iconic Tod’s model contrast with a lived-in leather effect, for a more relaxed masculine appearance. In particular, the new proposals include the brushed, glossy models that make it a real “must have” for the season,” shares Tod’s team.
Discover all the looks from Tod’s Menswear Fall Winter 2022 collection in our gallery:
Overview of key design details and new footwear designs from Tod’s Fall Winter 2022 menswear collection presented today in Milan during the ongoing Milan Fashion Wee:
Creative Director Walter Chiapponi
Video Direction by Brett Lloyd
Models: Henry Kitcher, Ottawa Kwami, Quentin Demeester