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Timo Weiland: For the Ethno- Eccentro- Hipster Socialite Abroad

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A slightly-subdued Timo Weiland collection for Fall/Winter '11 greeted Sunday morning fashion followers at Lincoln Center. Of course it was still a little quirky—there were bold geometric prints in black and white, a wonky-blippy tiger-stripe woven, box-checks and patchwork and tweedy English plaids, plus skirts in sort of an acid-sunrise batik. It was all very American abroad, but the eccentricities were toned down with plenty of camel and off-black almost-basics and ultra-wearable outerwear. Click the gallery for some highlights.
· All Fashion Week Coverage [Racked]
· Timo Weiland [Official Site]