The Tim Fall/Winter 2012 collection is an eclectic mish-mash of pieces that combine to create a quirky winter wardrobe. This Japanese label, led by designer Taiki Matsumura, has created a large collection that is full of different fits and fabrics.
Tim is definitely a fan of heavy layering. Wools, felts, jerseys and cottons are all placed one on top of the other, resulting in an eccentric combination. Pants range from wide legged trousers, to skinny leggings, to pants so short you could go wading into a flood. Despite the playful overall feel of the collection, it is clear that each of these pieces are completely wearable on their own.
On top of the fun aesthetic of the Tim Fall/Winter 2012 collection, it also looks comfortable and warm to wear. Style and function? Tim sure has created something special for this fall and winter season.
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