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post #151 of 6400
here is the Aloha Rag buy:

Aloha Rag Robert Geller S/S12 buy

emailed Juliana again pretty much asking "is that all?" and she said, yep.
post #152 of 6400
Haha, that certainly isn't super exciting. I like the light wash jeans but I already got them this year.
Mesh and dock tees look awesome. I'm curious what the hell color that Andreas shirt is.
Quite tempted to get one of those belts.

That reminds me, I wish I would have gotten the s/s dock shirt this year.
post #153 of 6400
That stock list lines up well with that Geller quote about the more unique collections being among the worst selling. Not that mesh tank tops aren't a bit out there, but that's still a pretty tame buy.
post #154 of 6400
My favorite pair of denim is Japan made Geller indigo, I wear it sometimes with untucked brooksbros and converse when gonna do errands and such

I think bows has same pair, fit is ok but comfort is outstanding redface.gif
post #155 of 6400
lounge shorts look cool, most likely buying

anyone know the source of the lookbook pics with that medium length blond haired model?
post #156 of 6400
That's a tiny order for a store the size of AR.

Will be kopping all the mesh.
post #157 of 6400
Just wondering in regards to the Richard Knit, it looks over sized in some pictures so for those that have it did you go for your usual size?
post #158 of 6400
Aw mans. Someone bought the last pair in my size of the Geller x CP zip boots off of TheCorner (they are $284 now). I tried to keep looking back ever since the Cyber Monday sale I missed but they must have dropped one last time this morning.
post #159 of 6400
So I'm considering picking up the moto jacket on sale over at ssense, but I've never worn Geller before and have zero opportunity to try anything on. I'm about 6'1" 150 lbs., 32" waist; never been properly measured for suiting but I measured one of my t-shirts that fits really well at ~19" pit-to-pit, usually take a 14.5" x 33" on dress shirts. Would a size 48 in Geller be my best bet?
post #160 of 6400
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Originally Posted by Gaillimh Abu View Post

Just wondering in regards to the Richard Knit, it looks over sized in some pictures so for those that have it did you go for your usual size?

Yeah, it's oversized. I'm a 46 in all Geller but could've went 44 in the Richard I think.

However, it's cut short too, so not sure if a 44 would've worked - prob depends on your height.
post #161 of 6400
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Originally Posted by Noctone View Post

So I'm considering picking up the moto jacket on sale over at ssense, but I've never worn Geller before and have zero opportunity to try anything on. I'm about 6'1" 150 lbs., 32" waist; never been properly measured for suiting but I measured one of my t-shirts that fits really well at ~19" pit-to-pit, usually take a 14.5" x 33" on dress shirts. Would a size 48 in Geller be my best bet?

Very likely. I typically take a 48 in Geller tops at 6'1", 140lbs. A 46 would probably fit a bit better in the chest but ready-to-wear is very rarely perfect and it might be too short.
post #162 of 6400
post #163 of 6400
Cheers for that. Would love to pick one up before they sell out.
post #164 of 6400
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Originally Posted by wurm View Post

Very likely. I typically take a 48 in Geller tops at 6'1", 140lbs. A 46 would probably fit a bit better in the chest but ready-to-wear is very rarely perfect and it might be too short.

Ta. I think I'll probably give it a shot then. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #165 of 6400
Another Geller interview piece:
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Robert: Designing a collection part for me is kind of special because we usually design a collection in a very short time and it’s quite a big. Once we get into it I usually wake up very early. I wake up at 5 o’clock and get to the office at 6. And from 6 to 10 I have the office to myself, which is a very nice thinking time for me. I can’t design when there’s a lot of people around, it’s real distracting. What I’ve done for every season is pick a book on tape and I listen to that while I do rough sketches. It’s something that’s going on that I can look forward to [finishing the book]. It helps me get up in the morning. The two don’t necessarily have any correlation, if I’m doing a collection on Vienna I’m not listening to Death in Venice.

http://slamxhype.com/fashion/robert-geller-interview-4/
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