Oct 05, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
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Edgy and girly are typically thought of at opposite ends of the aesthetic spectrum, but designer Timo Weiland and partner Alan Eckstein were able to integrate these contradictory forces in their debut New York women’s collection. Their self-described “Sporty Edwardian” look felt simultaneously classic and new, creating a balanced look with items like soft satin blazers and sheer biker shorts. The use of black kept the muted, feminine palette from being too saccharine, and the masterful construction of architectural skirts stood out as a key focal point of the show. With its creative use of fabrics and youthful silhouettes, this wearable and eclectic first offering leaves us curious about what is yet to come from this dynamic new duo.
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