Oh, that Italian leatherwork; Magnefico! But really, you can tell, and not just because it’s Tod’s, but because you can see all the softness and squishiness from how the light breaks on it. And there is plenty yumminess to see here from leather jackets trough skirts to pants and even dresses. Not to mention all the amazing footwear and bags. The loafers, as usual, are super nice and a great alternative if you’re sick of the Gucci ones but still want something similar.
The styling is lovely. It’s a part feminine, a part edgy schmuck, which is always a great combo. I could wear that last outfit and the full red alternative in a minute. It almost gives me cravings for long forgotten skinnies, you know, from the stretchy kind. But I only want them with high rise and some loafers, exactly how we can see here. Colourwise there is not too much to speak about. It’s mainly red, brown and black with some white, which means easy mix and matching, especially because these colours are present on every runways.
Vogue went far claiming that brown is the new black in relation to Fendi. Which, one hand, is great news, as brown is a neutral which suits most of people’s complexion. On the other hand, it’s hard to believe, because no matter what, black always will be black, but one thing is for sure; it’s reign alone is over. Welcome back warm neutrals!
Red is really the colour of the season, isn’t it?
Photos via vogue.co.uk