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Tod’s is the Latest Brand to Hop On the Micro Bag Trend

Plus see the rest of Tod's Spring 2020 bags straight from the runway

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If the runways of Fashion Week are any indication, the micro-bag trend shows no signs of slowing down, and while Tod’s isn’t a brand we often cover here on PurseBlog, they’re the latest brand to tap into the micro bag trend. Models on the runway at the latest Tod’s fashion show in Milan late last week both wore the tiny bag trend on body and clutched a multiple bag version of the micro bag trend. For Spring 2020, it seems, Tods is taking a trendier approach to its accessories collection as the brand’s in-house design team tapped into some of the handbag world’s biggest and most talked about trends.

Though Tod’s prides itself on Italian tradition and timeless, clean lines, this collection is arguably one of Tod’s more modern ones, offering a less simplistic approach to some designs. Unsurpisingly, Tod’s is also the latest handbag brand to introduce a new logo hardware. The iconic Tod’s ‘T’ appeared on bags both big and small, and while there were many trendier shapes at play, Tod’s also showcased more classic styles as well. Notable shapes include a lady-like top handle flap bag as well as a saddle bag style cross body, both bearing the bold new ‘T’. View all of the bags below.

[image via Vogue Runway]

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Rashmi
Rashmi
4 years ago

Looks like every designer is following the “logo change” bandwagon!!

Jame
Jame
4 years ago

The T logo is way too big on most of the bags. I do like the wristlet concept, too bad the logo is huge. Also like the two tone snake.

Jerri R
Jerri R
4 years ago

The more classic designs are really beautiful. And I like that you can sit down while wearing the belt bag. But more importantly, let’s talk about that backless sweater behind the red bag…

Candie
Candie
4 years ago

The clutch is too big unless one needs to take home a doggy bag after dinner; then, it’s the perfect size!