I’m going to be totally honest with you – before this Fashion Week I had no idea who Timo Weiland was, but when the invite arrived I took a peek at his site and feel in love. That love did nothing but grow at his runway show on Sunday night. He presented a VERY graphic collection – even the crisp white dresses had elements of structured shape. The majority of the womenswear in the collection was covered in print and pattern, from neon houndstooth to over-sized zig-zags. The idea of graphic shapes was even carried into the models earrings: large hoops in the shapes of triangles, pentagons and hexagons!

The show closed with several fabulously breathtaking gowns – which I am 100% obsessed with – just wait, you’ll see that I mean…

Pattern pattern pattern!

Simple and elegant – but the cut of this makes it just stunning!

Here we go – Swarovski encrusted gown # 1…

And this dress just about killed me – SO gorgeous.

The Swarovski crystal… the pockets… the movement of the skirt! To die for. Can’t you see Gwyneth Paltrow killing this on the Red Carpet?

*photography by crissie fuller for coco+kelley

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About Crissie Fuller

Crissie Fuller of Chicasaurus-Rex blog draws her inspiration from the characteristics of the three places where her heart belongs: the relaxed and sunny nature of northern California, the simple and timeless beauty of northern Michigan, and the always fashionable and energetic rhythm of New York City. Crissie's column, Foodie Fashionista appears twice monthly on coco+kelley.