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Timo WeilandSpring Summer 2015 New York

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Fall Winter 2014 New York: Timo Weiland
9/10/2014 Faith Cummings/fashionwirepress.com

The Timo Weiland brand is founded on tapping into the trendsetters' wardrobe desires: essentially making clothing that "It" girls the world over want to wear. What they sport is what the rest of the globe will adopt after all: that's the way the industry and the world works. What stylish ladies want right now is to bare skin: from midriffs to thighs nothing is off limits. Timo Weiland, Alan Eckstein, and Donna Kang did that in the most sultry ways possible from sheer blouses to yes, you guessed it: crop tops.

The startling juxtaposition of a prim and proper trench, printed pencil skirt, and sheer, bosom-baring blouse jump-started the lineup in shades of navy, black, and white - though you might have imagined grey. That sultry commitment to transparency lingered on with a blue burnout dress that was icy in hue but fiery in spirit and tops of the same come hither persuasion.

The crop top and skirt duo has become a go-to for brands all over the globe this year and Weiland captured it with a sheer ribbed version paired with a dotted pencil skirt, a high-neck stripe iteration with a matching mini, a black and white set emblazoned with an oversized floral pattern, and a vacation-ready palm frond button-front piece with a white slit number. A simple white crop top and pleated baby pink knee-length skirt went for full-on retro inspired with the assortment's fuzzy drop earrings, while a two-tone ribbed design felt undeniably tennis chic with a printed hooded jacket and wrap-front skort.

Cutouts and eyelet injected that playful Weiland energy with the aforementioned crop tops, flirty skirts, and even a bodacious form-fitting frock. The collection had pieces for every woman no matter her style: coquettish looks for Tinseltown's starlets, sexy peeks of skin for the fierce and bold, and see-through ensembles for the seductress. Weiland, Eckstein, and Kang made sure that nothing felt contrived - sticking to their buoyant and effective blueprint.

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9/10/2014 Faith Cummings/fashionwirepress.com

The Timo Weiland brand is founded on tapping into the trendsetters' wardrobe desires: essentially making clothing that "It" girls the world over want to wear. What they sport is what the rest of the globe will adopt after all: that's the way the industry and the world works. What stylish ladies want right now is to bare skin: from midriffs to thighs nothing is off limits. Timo Weiland, Alan Eckstein, and Donna Kang did that in the most sultry ways possible from sheer blouses to yes, you guessed it: crop tops.

The startling juxtaposition of a prim and proper trench, printed pencil skirt, and sheer, bosom-baring blouse jump-started the lineup in shades of navy, black, and white - though you might have imagined grey. That sultry commitment to transparency lingered on with a blue burnout dress that was icy in hue but fiery in spirit and tops of the same come hither persuasion.

The crop top and skirt duo has become a go-to for brands all over the globe this year and Weiland captured it with a sheer ribbed version paired with a dotted pencil skirt, a high-neck stripe iteration with a matching mini, a black and white set emblazoned with an oversized floral pattern, and a vacation-ready palm frond button-front piece with a white slit number. A simple white crop top and pleated baby pink knee-length skirt went for full-on retro inspired with the assortment's fuzzy drop earrings, while a two-tone ribbed design felt undeniably tennis chic with a printed hooded jacket and wrap-front skort.

Cutouts and eyelet injected that playful Weiland energy with the aforementioned crop tops, flirty skirts, and even a bodacious form-fitting frock. The collection had pieces for every woman no matter her style: coquettish looks for Tinseltown's starlets, sexy peeks of skin for the fierce and bold, and see-through ensembles for the seductress. Weiland, Eckstein, and Kang made sure that nothing felt contrived - sticking to their buoyant and effective blueprint.


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