Tod’s hosts a fashion week fete.
Inside her new Milan abode.
Tod’s celebrated the brand’s designer with an evening downtown.
The Italian designer has found a fashion house to call home
Men’s wear-inspired pieces for the woman who isn’t all business.
The ballerina shares a page from her personal stylebook.
The provocative pop photographer David LaChapelle and the ultraclassic Italian luxury house Tod’s may seem like an odd couple, but together they create striking work.
Sometimes fashion can seem as interpretative as dance: Take the case of the collaboration between La Scala and Tod’s. Owner Diego Della Valle has tapped the 232-year-old Milan theater to choreograph a conceptual ballet...
Diego Della Valle, the charismatic chief of Tod’s, knows a thing or two
about la dolce vita—enough, in fact, to fill a weighty coffee-table
Looks from Burberry, Prada, and Gucci.It's a wrap in Milan, and despite the gloomy economy, there is much to look forward to next fall. From understated, super-chic boots at Burberry to showstopping heels at Prada...
Tod’s founder Diego Della Valle is building an empire, replete with a
soccer team, a film studio and high-speed trains.
At the Cannes Film Festival in May, a five-minute short film starring Gwyneth Paltrow and a Tod’s nylon handbag got its own share of buzz—at least among the fashion set.…
Diego Della Valle is taking window-shopping to a new level.
Diego Della Valle, Tod’s charismatic chief, seems to have developed quite a fondness for American designers recently.