February 25, 2018, 3:48 am
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The naturalness of Italian summer in Tod’s 2018 collection

TOD’S, the most modern of made-in-Italy shoes and bags, brings its Spring/Summer 2018 collection to its patrons in the Philippines.

The latest collection, which debuted in Milan, pays tribute to the Italian taste and its wise nonchalance.  

The luxury of lightness; clothes that take on the contours of their wearer, journey after journey; the purposeful wardrobe of a man who packs his luggage and travels the world at his own pace – all these describe Tod’s latest collection, and more. 

It brings in the latest evolutionary step in a lifestyle of elegance, recognizable in its new textures and finishes. 

The gommino has a double T on all “fabrics”, the envelope bag sports supple new handles and the ergonomic design of the new sneaker, with its four signature “pebbles” behind the heel, has an urban design focus. 

Ocean blue and sand beige are the colors of the safari and field jackets, in a lightweight wardrobe, the perfect travelling companion. 

Tod’s shoes and bags feature the lightness of a handmade elegance that walks in the winter gommino in every season, or chooses denim to dress its gommino double T or enchants with the movement of the yorky gommino and defies street cods with the new moccasins.  

Lightweight denim and refined canvas weaves embody this season of worn, scorched-like skins.

There is the lightness of the new Tod’s Sella on your arm, the latest soft chapter in a story of precious skins, details and stitching that embody the Tod’s world.  

The wave bag, an ongoing research of fabrics and craft techniques, has been redesigned as backpack, while the gommino bag has a new palette of colors, reminiscent of an Italian summer.

In the Philippines, Tod’s is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc., and is located at Greenbelt 4 and Rustan’s Shangri-La, Shangri-La Plaza. 
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