Inside menswear brand name Timo Weiland‘s New york city Men’s Day presentation (an unofficial kicking off of NYFW), more than designs were dressed for the event. The space itself caught attention for its splendid putting together of tonal furnishings alongside sculpture and objects. A comprehensive vision, the space’s different parts came together to represent the future of the brand, as well as the instructions of creator and imaginative director Timo Weiland, and designers Alan Eckstein and Donna Kang. This cumulative of style talent cast a vibrant, lasting message: they desire you to keep what they’re making for a long time.
” The furnishings and clothes go together,” Eckstein shares with us. Several custom-made pieces and classic discovers represent a cooperation in between Eckstein’s interior style firm, Somerset Studios, and photographer Clement Pascal
Observing the colors they’ve presented, he says, “It’s for when you feel mint green or pale pink, too.” Weiland adds that these colors can be thought about neutrals. “These may not be everyone’s neutrals, however they are for us. This is our take on every day.” There’s a vitality to this– to the concept of a pale pink or light yellow pant and coat being a daily garment. Even more, the brand name matches their color options– and the eyewear by Zenni Optical— with remarkable fits and tailorings. It’s the little but nuanced tweaks that set them apart, now more so than ever.
” It’s actually where we have actually rotated into– unwinded, modern-day tailoring,” Weiland includes. “This looks like a lot of occasion dressing but it is still casual adequate to go from day to night.
Perhaps that’s what resulted in the collection’s title, Fall Shift. The brand no longer intends to comply with design constraints, and with the support of GROUPE (the Bowery-based design, production and retail platform), they can in truth devote to objectives higher than broadening sales.
Images by Meghan Marin