The Clothes: Sporty, cool and grown up. Every season, I write about how much Timo Weiland and Alan Eckstein have grown and evolved as designers and this season they took their cool, youthful aesthetic to a new cleaner level. The duo are always inspired by a "scene" and this season had an 80s/90s hip hop feel. While menswear was pretty clean, simple, and casual, much of the womenswear was adorned with quirky Keith Haring-inspired prints and patterns as well as houndstooth in various sizes. Memorable looks include a grey and yellow trench with houndstooth printed on the front paired with matching shorts, a rubberized zig zag printed raincoat with a matching skirt, a cropped polka-dotted jacket, and, two evening looks: a patterned Swarovski crystal-adorned cropped tank paired with a billowy navy silk skirt; and the last look: a black shimmering off-the-shoulder cocktail number.
The Hair & Makeup: Hair was in tight ponytails that had a ghetto-fabulous feel and makeup was heavy on the eyebrows, glossy on the lips. Very Brooke Shields.
The Soundtrack: Hip hop.
The Vibe: As cool and party-like as a runway show at Lincoln Center can be. There was definitely a lot of love and support in the air. These boys, who double as djs, have a lot of friends.
The Front Row: Zombieboy (Rick Genest), AnnaSophia Robb, Spankrock
Celebrity We'd Most Like to See Wearing this Collection: Emma Watson or Blake Lively
WTF Moment: We heard one Swarovski top cost $5,000 to make.
Swag: A cute tote, pink hair extensions and a discount card for Timo Weiland X Tsubo shoes