Tod's No_Code @ AW2013/14 Capsule collection

 Tod's No_Code AW2013/14 capsule collection for men and women combines Tod’s heritage of Italian shoe making with the cutting-edge vision of London magazine editor Jefferson Hack. There are five styles for men and four for women based on the Oxford shoe, desert boot, Chelsea boot and new for this season -  the buckle-strap monk shoe. All are constructed using quality leathers and soft suedes in a range of eclectic seasonal colours and patterns. The unique and innovative rubber soles feature a distinctive white line of inserted “micro” that makes them extremely light and functional. The AW2013/14 collection is called “Colour Theory” and sees the collaboration with LA-based photographer and artist Sam Falls to express the energy and spirit that characterises No_Code. The ethos of Tod’s No_Code is to combine timelessness and extraordinary craftsmanship with influences from the worlds of contemporary music, art and cinema.
Jefferson Hack explains: "For this season's imagery, artist Sam Falls has used a technique that combines the analogue with the digital painting over photographs and manipulating natural processes in post-production. This synergy between the old and the new is an analogy of what I do with Tod’s No_Code: working with the heritage and 'Made in Italy’ that Tod's stands for and taking it into the 21st century with my approach to creativity and storytelling." In Tod's No_Code, the brand’s heritage values – the fine quality, attention to detail and authenticity that is the essence of “Made in Italy” become perfectly allied to a modern, refined and versatile style. Born from the desire to develop a perfect shoe for both men and women, Tod’s No_ Code breaks with convention, respects no boundaries between night and day, and is untethered to the codes of formal dress or casual attire.

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