Tod’s AW25 campaign embraces the Italian Dolce Vita

TOD’S autumn-winter 25 campaign, titled Italian Stories, pays homage to the Italian way of life.

Photographed by Zoë Ghertner, the campaign is shot at Villa Il Palazzetto in Monselice, a 17th-century building, home of the Businaro family. 

The residence was restored by Carlo Scarpa in the 60s and is the archetype of Italian dolce vita with its traditional style and symbolism of hospitality and family. 

Amongst the artful walls and scenic gardens, Tod’s products further interpret the Italian lifestyle with its timeless sophistication and quality craftsmanship.

Tod’s esteemed Gommino is sported in the campaign alongside its Bubble versions and the Yorky, with fringe adaptations providing movement with each step.

The Winter Gommino is modelled and delivers an urban flair with its suede and nappa leather material. Sneakers see women’s styles materialised from a technical fabric in different colour combinations, while the men’s collection consists of leather and natural hues.

As for accessories, the Di Bag demonstrates new versions — the Di Bag Swing, the Di Bag Obo and the Di Bag Folio — with all the interpretations reminiscent of the initial model, which preserves the values of saddlery and craftsmanship. Additionally, the T Timeless is reimagined in a new material.

The Pashmy project is pointed to in the men’s bomber jacket, which brings together high-quality leathers and embodies a silkiness, recalling the softness of pashmina.

by Nicole Pereira