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In a ready-to-wear collection primarily composed of leather, the Tod’s fall/winter 2014-15 collection still held an outstanding amount of diversity. Leather was used in the different flavors of patent, matte, creamy, and a thin, resilient variety, used much like fabrics of an opposite nature.
Black patent leather peacoats were crinkled in texture, while a tiny taste of mink lined the stand-up collars. Trenches came in lavender bonded leather with a very different cut and texture. The collection thrived with a soft, romantic color palette of pale mauve, light lavenders, and delicate pinks as seen in Tod’s full length skirts, trousers, and shirt dresses with ruffled shoulders and laser cuts.
Unique motifs were not forgotten with two graphics in windowpane check and a lozenge pattern, most impressively seen enlarged on a ravishing leather poncho.