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Full disclosure I was asked to do a Masterclass on Robert Geller for Grailed back in May after I made a reddit post (https://www.reddit.com/r/malefashion/comments/4l0iu1/designer_spotlight_robert_geller/) about the brand. Should I still do it? 

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No Groiled sucks. That said, if you can write something good maybe any publicity is good publicity - get more people interested in the brand, would be nice
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Yeah do it! I can't possibly see it hurting and based off the other things you've posted around it should be pretty great.
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Wow I never saw your Reddit post on Geller. Great job.

What is a masterclass? Will they compensate you or waive fees or anything?
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Massimo, overdyed cut off

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Ahhhh my overdue cut off has a hole in it. I think it was from the ashes of some fools who were smoking by me at dinner. Is it worth it to take it to a tailor to patch? Or just leave it and hope it doesn't get bigger? I need to learn how to patch holes
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Throwback Thursday to when Geller was the "vampiric designer"

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lol

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Ahhhh my overdue cut off has a hole in it. I think it was from the ashes of some fools who were smoking by me at dinner. Is it worth it to take it to a tailor to patch? Or just leave it and hope it doesn't get bigger? I need to learn how to patch holes

I know with my very old Geller stuff 2008-10(?) sometimes the garments would come with a large extra piece of fabric for patches. I wish this was still a regular thing. I tend to think patches, matching or otherwise, give the clothes a more personal feel.

Went to NYC Barney's to check out the Geller rack. Everyones right about the Massimo it fits very large, surprised to see they carried a size 44 and even that was a bit too big for me.

The wool-blend bouclé sweatshirts/hoodies are lovely. A long coat in that material would be excellent.
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@WBaker
Isn't that what the "textured coat is"?
Did you see the purple/fuscia textured sweatshirt?
I want one but I'm hoping it's lighter/more purple than the pics on Barneys .com
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@OccultaVexillum

Havent seen the textured coat in person, but they're certainly different.
The sweats/hoodie are 48% wool/47% cotton/5% nylon.
The textured coat is 82% wool, 10% nylon, 8% alpaca.

Yeah I saw the purple sweats, id describe them as very purple. Nothing subtle about the color.
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Anyone got a Julius jacket (size 44) they'd be willing to sell?

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In case anyone was interested, the real real put a good amount of their Geller shoes at 40% off making them 195 before shipping and tax
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I got the charcoal Vincent parka today and I absolutely love it. East Dane's photos don't do it any justice.
I was getting worried about my color choice since the khaki looked so nice in some other stores' photos, but now that I have it I'm quite sure that I made the right choice
It's lighter weight than I thought it would be, the removable hood is probably my favorite detail, it fits me well and I really couldn't ask for more
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