"A new riff on traditional menswear, but with a twist," was how Timo Weiland described his Resort collection. The designer said he's been spending a lot of time taking in art by the likes of Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt at the Neue Galerie lately, and you could see their graphic influence in the polka-dotted Glen plaids, windowpane checks, and classic pinstripes that he used for short-sleeve button-ups, relaxed day dresses, and pajamalike trousers. As for the twist? Those masculine patterns were often balanced out with embroidered lace details and flirty, flared hemlines.

Weiland said that his customer is the kind of girl who hits up the museum too, "but she's getting there on her longboard. Fittingly, items like biker jackets and updated sweatshirts featuring distressed leather that gave the impression of acid-wash denim had a skater vibe. Accessorized with on-trend mules from Weiland's second collaboration with Tsubo, the collection had a comfortable, modern appeal.