The graphic furnishings displayed in the Neue Galerie’s recent Koloman Moser exhibit inspired a bevy of geometric and grid motifs in Timo Weiland’s resort collection. He added dots to a glen plaid dress and an embroidered T-shirt. “I used to want to be an architect” said Weiland, who deviated from the architectural stylings with a strong riff on biker jackets, including an acid-washed leather and flecked denim style.

The graphic furnishings displayed in the Neue Galerie’s recent Koloman Moser exhibit inspired a bevy of geometric and grid motifs in Timo Weiland’s resort collection. He added dots to a glen plaid dress and an embroidered T-shirt. “I used to want to be an architect” said Weiland, who deviated from the architectural stylings with a strong riff on biker jackets, including an acid-washed leather and flecked denim style.

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