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
I love that dark blue shirt with the bow. That stone coloured suit and pale blue shirt is really stylish.
I really love the colour palette he has used…not a designer I’m familiar with so thanks for the heads up!
there is somethin really lanvin !! it reminds me some of elbaz designs
Glad you appreciate the talent.DCB.
Not sure about the break in those pants…is it called the break? If I’m going to keep pretending to know something about clothes I’m going to need a garment dictionary.
^ Haha, same! DCB.
love the first outfit! sometimes I get more inspiration in male outfits than in female outfits. simply adore the jacket
DCB – you have a wonderful eye…I too love Robert Geller. He was one of the few men’s designers I reviewed suring fashion week. http://modeutopie.blogspot.com/2007/09/robert-geller-tim-hamilton-spring-08.htmlif you are interested…Thomas I think I <3 you! I too need a dictionary…
i love him!and no3 is just great!
The first suit is quite perfect. I want something very similar! A garment dictionary would be most helpful. Who wants to help me compile a male eqivilant to this…http://www.clothingdictionary.com/?
Martin is just too cute!