A noticeable, somewhat Berliner sensibility runs throughout the pieces, arising from the palette – one, predominantly, of stony greys and the odd creamy confection. The stream of boyish waifs sporting flat-ironed dos and boho-ish cuts display the clothing in the most appropriate light; clean and sparing.
Although I can’t but detest the preppy “Oceanside” slogan plastered across a garment here and there I also can’t suppress the urge to flurry about in praise of this particular jacket…
Geller has also designed for women – see Harland, it won’t disappoint, and his menswear is stocked in several stores across the USA and Canada including Odin, Blackbird, Stel’s and Scout. Us European folk – as far as I’m aware – must simply employ that virtue, patience.
Images from Men’s Style