Last Wednesday, Timberland held a special event at the brand’s workshop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of its most iconic product, the Original Yellow Boot. The assembled guests enjoyed drinks and hors d’oeuvres, as well as live music from the indie band Wild Nothing. They were also treated to previews of Timberland’s Fall 2013 range, highlighted by the new Earthkeepers Heritage Collection and the brand’s 40th Anniversary LTD collection. Another highlight from the evening: dozens of classic Timberland yellow boots suspended from the ceiling, creating a visually stunning display while also paying homage to the iconic silhouette. Check out the event recap below.
Complex Fashion Editor, Matthew Henson, poses with the Timberland Abington Collection and classic leather Timberland jackets. Matthew’s style and influences inspired a mini Timberland showroom which included some of his favorite fashion staples.
Michael Williams of A Continuous Lean, poses with his Timberland showroom at The Workshop event, inspired by classic heritage style. Michael is wearing the Timberland Earthkeepers Rugged 6 inch Waterproof Boot.
Photographer Noah Kalina inspired the design of the Timberland Earthkeepers Heritage showroom at The Workshop in Williamsburg. Noah’s love for the outdoors calls for rugged outerwear and boots that can withstand the harsh cold New England winters. You can check out Noah in action in his latest video with Timberland, Into the Trees.
Christine Cameron of My Style Pill, inspired the design of the Timberland Women’s showroom at The Workshop. A lover of women’s timeless casual wear, Christine shows off the Women’s Earthkeepers Savin Hill Tall Boot.