Tod’s Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – Milan Fashion Week

The third day of Milan Fashion Week spring 2015 brought the beautifully sporty and modern Tod’s spring/summer 2015 collection, coming with the most incredible and classy style interpretations ever! What we actually discover here is the range of simplistic yet absolutely memorable pieces, coming with a variety of shades and colors that will secure your effective fashion alternatives for going for the most diverse styles and looks without any difficulty. The strict and laconic style really manages to overwhelm the majority of the looks here thus creating a very specific and cool range of options and thus also confirming the emergence of a new fashion trend for the season.

Tod's Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week
The Tod’s spring/summer 2015 collection starts with the range of strict combinations of suits and pants, finished with the classy and a bit modernized handbags, and being adorned with some tiny design details and elements. The combination of black and white shades can also be noted in the list of the top looks thus suggesting some more interesting variations of the classic outfits, here coming with the deign patterns and prints on pure white background.
Leather pieces come right after, quickly followed with the list of yellow and purple tones, which again have really interesting and great design patterns and several design inclinations. Creamy tones designed with some curious O-ringed cuts form the following masterpieces among other looks. The same can be said about the monochrome white pieces, the main catchy point of which is probably the minimalistic approach and the bold design additions, which we could expect as a counterbalance to the strict and simplistic style inclination of the collection as such.
So further we also see some asymmetrical differences in between the classiest looks and the basic simple forms. The color palette also gets quite diversified and perfected, involving shades like muted red in combination with black tones, used for the company of the bold and non-standardized solutions.

Tod's Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week

Tod's Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week

Tod's Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week
Shat you need to remember for the Tod’s spring/summer 2015 collection is not what you should sort out for the possible combinations, but the overall range of fashion trends and newest pieces, which are in fact quite significant for this line. If you manage to create the combinations nicely you may also include any of the details and the components of the looks in order to secure the modern feel and the creativity of your spring outfits to the full.

Tod's Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week

Photos courtesy of Vogue UK

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