Presentations that begin at 10:30 AM on a Sunday morning are a tough sell, but Timo Weiland is always enough to get us out bed. Well worth it, too: we found a collection of nicely executed basics, pieces that could easily work themselves into most anybody's wardrobe. There was a distinctly Anglo feel about the room, building blocks of slim fit high-water jean trousers, layered Saville Row inspired glen plaid, turtleneck knits, and windowpane plaids. The simplicity of the cuts and pieces was offset by the use of exciting geometric embroideries and jacquards that the designers said were "inspired by native Himalayan animals". Bright colors were used sparsely, but flash appearances of over-saturated blue and red pants made the presentation pop. A nice way to start the day, even if it was a tad early for our taste. Check out our highlights after the jump.
New York Fashion Week: Timo Weiland
February 14, 2011