Timo Weiland Spices Up The Dress Code At The National Arts Club

by Christie Grimm · April 15, 2021

    Thanks to Timo Weiland, the National Arts Club's formal dress code policy is now anything but stuffy!

    Founded in 1898, the Gramercy Park cultural landmark is continuing its long history of supporting fashion's leading forces in the form of a brilliant new collaboration with designer Timo Weiland.

    In keeping with the club's storied air of old world sophistication, come 5PM, members and guests in the Parlors, Dining Room and Bar are required to wear jackets. Now, lucky for them, Timo's collection of refreshingly modern custom jackets will be made available to stylishly sport.

    “The National Arts Club has been a source of history and inspiration for me since first setting foot in the Club as a teenager to visit family friends. Every aspect of the setting from the hallways to the elevators to the ornate glass domed bar and parlor rooms have acted as a living mood board since before the launch of the Timo Weiland brand in 2010,” says Timo. 

    “It is a pleasure and very fitting to shoot our latest collection at the Club and to partner closely with an institution that has such a rich and diverse history in building a creative community hub here in New York City.”

    Looking to add a members-only touch to your look? Pre-order one of Timo's chic new jackets here!