Sep 22, 2017 | By Samuel Trotman
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Robert Geller’s new capsule collection for Levi’s, which he took historic archive pieces and evolved them toward his own sensibilities, is dropping exclusively at Bloomingdale’s next month. The 606 Super Slim jean from the line was developed from a Sixties model, while a chambray shirt was given a salt wash, and Geller’s signature armhole pleat was added. Military taping was applied to a denim work jacket’s sleeve placket, and a denim parka was given a swallowtail hem, another signature Geller flourish. “Robert was especially inspired by vintage constructions and workwear styling and wanted to address that aspect of our history through his voice,” Chiara said. “We pulled work coats from the 1910s to the 1950s and worked off the functional yet minimal approach to purposeful, rational design and put it in a new context.”
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