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A Night at the Museum, According to Timo Weiland

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Inspired by art patterns and the architecture of NYC, Timo Weiland has created the essential "museum chic" wardrobe in his Resort 2014 collection. Designed for "the type of girl who hits up a museum," Weiland took nods from menswear to craft up his latest collection.

The line is made up of a mostly neutral palette of blues and whites, with a few pops of neon green. Standouts include matchy-matchy separates—perfect for DIY suits—and lots of patchwork chambray and prints. Preview the looks above.—Callia Hargrove
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