Going for colors that are not too bold but yet not boring; just the perfect blend Tod’s FW 2023 RTW Collection gave its customers a night to remember as the fashion house brought its A-game.
Although fashion is bit by bit dying away from the oversized, Chiapponi gave it another shot; his version hinted at an assertive sense of elegance and presence (he called it “Newton-esque”) rather than referencing try-hard cool.
The coat offer was a standout, with long, floor-grazing options available in black leather cinched at the waist or shearling cut into majestic volumes. Underneath, he went for short tight skirts worn with fitted, cropped zippered blousons, or for wide-leg, paperbag-waisted trousers.
Elongated blazers, on the other hand, were tight-fitting and shapely, worn on bare legs like short coat dresses. The tailored hourglass silhouette is popular on the Milanese catwalks, and it looked great in this wide-lapel, double-breasted shearling peacoat with contrasting trim.
Tod’s showcased its collection once more in the vast spaces of Hangar Bicocca, which also houses Anselm Kiefer’s Seven Heavenly Palaces. While the artworks are impressive, the size of the museum makes it difficult to appreciate a collection showcasing such a high level of Italian craftsmanship. These clothes deserve to be appreciated up close and personal.
See full collection below;