Wearable Art

fashion in art, art in fashion

The Timo Weiland show started quietly — with crisp white, of course — but it soon erupted in blown-up acid-yellow houndstooth prints and a rainbow of riotous zigzags. An obsession with Keith Haring and the artist’s role in the early hip-hop scene led to the graffiti graphics that punched up taupe pencil skirts, elegant car coats and flirty dresses. But at times, the 1980s references felt too heavy-handed; the models’ crimped high ponytails and faux cornrows certainly didn’t help. 

(Originally published in Metro New York, without the images.)

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