Tod’s Resort 2022

Revisiting sportswear archetypes with a creative, artsy-craftsy approach: That was Tod’s creative director Walter Chiapponi’s intent for resort.

The designer unveiled a concise, cohesive collection of covetable pieces, combining everyday appeal with a charming dose of uniqueness.

Inspired by eccentric, 1970s  exoticism – Chiapponi name-checked photographer Franco Rubartelli, who documented the influences of the hippie style among the international jet-set – the designer played with nomadic and safari influences and integrated them into an urban wardrobe.

Tod's Resort 2022

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Utility Bermuda shorts, parkas and slightly flared five-pocket trousers were crafted from technical moiré, a clear nod to the 1970s, while fringed tunics and ponchos were rendered in tactile fabrics echoing Berber striped motifs.

A subtle seductive, sensual vein ran through the collection, where chunky sweaters were enriched with laced-up details that gave a sculpted look, and a pencil skirt came in glossy red leather.

Chiapponi also infused the same sense of luxurious craftsmanship in the accessories range, including raffia crochet sandals and totes, as well as origami-inspired leather clutches.

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