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New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2021 – Timo Weiland Creates the WFH Wardrobe

Polished leisure, the intention for the Timo Weiland FW21 collection is timely in the uncertain era of WFH wardrobe and a return to the art of dressing for Zoom. The lookbook presented in the NYFW was small and concise; nothing excessive or irrelevant. Over the last year, as people are shifting from office hours to HFW fluid scheduling, they are looking for the perfect outfit that keeps them sleek and comfy, almost 24/7. As private and business life blend and become inseparable all you need is elegance with a dash of functionality. The collection features some awesome ideas for layering but also tailored pieces – basically blazers – that will keep you Zoom-ready without being restrictive. With relaxed fit and color-blocking, these looks are sophisticated as well as fashionable. With a slight rock & roll and even 80s attitude, they are instant mood-lifters without being “too much.”

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