Tod’s Fall-Winter 2021/2022 Women’s Collection
The fall ready-to-wear collection has neutral tone mixed with bright pops of color
The Italian luxury shoe and leather goods brand has just dropped their fall 2021 ready-to-wear collection and includes a wide range of ensembles. From camels, blacks, and greys to baby blues and light yellows, the collection includes exaggerated wrap coats, streamlined and leather coats, and shorts while also displaying sheer and leather skirts, two-tone coats, and of course exaggerated bags, low and high heels, and some oversized hats.
In the video accompanying the collection, models display the collection walking through a unique modern structured building called Casa Corbellini Wasserman, juxtaposing Tod’s creative director Walter Chiapponi’s creations with architecture. The colors of the historical building either match the coats, shoes, and bags or they clash in a standout way.
Either walking up a set of spiral stairs, walking through a warm-toned corridor, or passing abstract furniture, the collection always stands out as lively while ready-to-wear. A woman speaks over the entirety of the video about identity and being Italian, ending the video with the parting words: “I am one, I am many, In a moment.”