Colonial times in India produced a marriage between traditionally tailored clothing and the exotic. With that pairing in mind, Timo Weiland and his partner, Alan Eckstein, formed their latest collection. A brazen Bengal tiger print jacket went beautifully with an angora peplum sweater and slim metallic pants, while ladylike gowns, a category the duo intends to pursue more of in the future, boasted a vibrant Himalayan landscape print.

For men, the references were more subtle. Moroccan tile print shirts and jacquard dot sweaters mixed with glen plaid suits and skinny tuxedo pants with hems left raw offered a bit of ease.

Colonial times in India produced a marriage between traditionally tailored clothing and the exotic. With that pairing in mind, Timo Weiland and his partner, Alan Eckstein, formed their latest collection. A brazen Bengal tiger print jacket went beautifully with an angora peplum sweater and slim metallic pants, while ladylike gowns, a category the duo intends to pursue more of in the future, boasted a vibrant Himalayan landscape print.

For men, the references were more subtle. Moroccan tile print shirts and jacquard dot sweaters mixed with glen plaid suits and skinny tuxedo pants with hems left raw offered a bit of ease.

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