Robert Geller Delivers a Wearable, Ultramodern Collection
By WGSN Insider

New York: This season Robert Geller struck the perfect balance between original and commercial, delivering wearable items without loosing his signature aesthetic. Geller stripped down …

Sep 07, 2014
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New York: This season Robert Geller struck the perfect balance between original and commercial, delivering wearable items without loosing his signature aesthetic. Geller stripped down items from past collections in order to focus on their fundamental shapes and colours. This concept was seen in knit tunic tops styled underneath blazers, three-quarter length dress pants, formal joggers, collarless button-ups, and impeccably designed structured crewneck sweatshirts. The outerwear was also a highlight with long length fishtail bomber jackets, robe-inspired overcoats, and ultra-light trenches. –Matt Feniger

Silhouette: Proportion play with cropped bottoms and elongated tops / Contrast with both relaxed and structured shapes

Key items: Short sleeve bonded sweatshirts / Knit tunics / Bomber jackets / Jogger pants / three-quarter length pleated pant / Collarless shirts / Muscle shirts / Structured crew neck sweatshirts / Slightly shrunken blazers / Light overcoats / Deep-V baseball shirts / Tank tops / Grosgrain shorts

Colour: Lilac / Beige / Black / White / Heather grey / Charcoal / Ink / Navy / Dusty pastels / Coral / Mauve / Bordeaux / Aubergine / Rasberry

Print & Pattern: Engineered brush strokes

Materials & knits: Jersey / Neoprene / Jacquard knits / Leather / Lightweight wools / Nylon / Grosgrain

Footwear: Zipper derby shoes / Slip-ons

Accessories: Bright high and low socks / Mirror lens sunglasses / Brimless fedora hats

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