DEVELOPING a new strategy for autumn-winter 2024, Tod’s recently unveiled its Pashmy project at Milan Fashion Week.

Praised for its use of precious materials and dedication to craftsmanship, the Pashmy project reiterates the brand’s commitment to such areas.

Utilising the most luxurious materials, Tod’s is renowned for its ability to modernise traditional silhouettes while staying true to its Italian heritage. The Pashmy bomber, a stand-out piece from the latest seasonal offering, exhibits the brand’s timeless design codes.

Utilising a water-repellent and stain-resistant treatment, the jacket is guaranteed to be a wardrobe staple. Despite being the standout piece, the entire collection exceeds expectations.

Beautiful tailoring is met with relaxed lines to create quintessential Tod’s silhouettes.

The collection utilises a mirage of neutral hues in tandem with cool icey tones – reminiscent of the brand’s autumn-winter 2023 colour palette.

As a result, it comes as no surprise that the pieces exude luxurious sophistication. As a brand renowned for its leatherware, the iconic Tod’s W.G boot has been reimagined and is now available in leather-trimmed sheepskin – an ode to Tod’s interest in the alpine world.

Similarly, the Bubble Gommino is exhibited in long fur, precious crocodile and a new cashmere-soft leather. Intertwining soft textures through garments and accessories alike, it’s evident that Walter Chiapponi – Tod’s creative director – highlights versatility for AW24.

In a similar vein, the collection marks a new chapter for the brand with the debut of the urban sneakers. Intertwining sporty design with heritage and tradition, the sneakers have been expertly crafted out of Tod’s finest materials.

Having debuted a seamless version of the famed Di Bag for SS24, the iconic accessory is placed at the forefront of the collection. Showcasing the bag in sheepskin, textured leather, tan and black, the Di Bag continues to be a Tod’s classic.

As a result, Tod’s Men’s autumn-winter 2024 is a clear celebration of functionality, adaptability and classicism. The Pashmy project is certain to attract those who are particularly interested in buying pieces that will endure the test of time.

by Sophie Richardson


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