A positive-negative striped dress worn under a navy, fur-collared coat and chunky knit beanie set the tone at Timo Weiland’s fall outing, where grunge and masculine influences polished up ever so well. The palette was kept neutral and autumnal — burgundy, navy, black, white, lavender and gray — while shapes were long and lean with skirts hitting below the knee and sweatpants cut close to the body.
Weiland also paired feminine silk skirts with chunky, oversize cardigans or with color-blocked sweaters and striped shirts tied at the waist. Tank tops with fringe detailing were worn atop flowy pants or pin-striped pencil skirts. But it was the designer’s cozy knits and his light- and dark-gray jacket with the shearling collar that were definitely the highlights of the show.