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rgeller Robert Geller Fall/Winter 2012 | New York Fashion Week

English Punk-Finding the inspiration of his latest collection while listening to early eighties post-punk band The Sound, Robert Geller decided to usurp the classic English mode of style for a vehicle to further push his signature design standards. A war of the loose and fitted, the mild manners of the gentleman and the rash tendencies of youth meshed together for a delightful showing. Tackling various interpretations of knickers, casual sweats and voluminous trousers were brought forth for a lively showing. Armed with prints and the occasional splash of bold color, Geller’s collection highlighted a dynamic range of garments as usual. Whether crafting a cozy grandpa’s cardigan or a belted coat, the lineup served up coveted pieces with smart details. Amongst tonal color blocking, short-sleeved cable-knits and dip-dyed fabrics, Robert Geller’s fall showing ushered in a season of sophisticated but energetic pieces.

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