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post #1981 of 6221
My favorite piece up front but my least favorite piece in person.
Might need a wash, but the fabric was shockingly stiff and papery . . . the model above (aaron) liked it, though.

Might just not be my thing.
Hope he makes it in a soft fabric next season
post #1982 of 6221
Forwardforward put a charcoal dip dye up too but they marked it up a bunch
post #1983 of 6221
The Acrimony collabo thing is up

http://shopacrimony.com/products/robert-geller-exclusive-cobalt-dip-dye-sweatshirt

So blue, so clear, like the soul of butterflies.
post #1984 of 6221
Ives Klein approved.
post #1985 of 6221
I really love that white linen shirt. Perfect on a hot summer day. I can't justify paying over 300 for it though, so we'll see if it's still around come sale time.

Diggin' the striped version that Forward has too.
Edited by kubrick555 - 2/1/13 at 7:41am
post #1986 of 6221
post #1987 of 6221
those look awful
post #1988 of 6221

I don't know, I think, if given the right context, they could work.

But in that fit confused.gif

and at $475 confused.gif

post #1989 of 6221
Haha no way that works in any context...
post #1990 of 6221
they were cool on the runway under the chunky knits and stuff.
post #1991 of 6221
it's perfect for anyone who wants to look like they might be wearing a gimp suit underneath their clothes without all that extra material.
post #1992 of 6221
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

those look awful
but they're so amazing!
post #1993 of 6221
the rippling zipper is just disgusting
post #1994 of 6221
It's crazy how the dipdye sweatshirt has become such a signature piece for Geller. There has been iterations of it in 4 seasons now I think? Not to mention the various other gradient pieces (the denim, blazer, t-shirts).
post #1995 of 6221
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Originally Posted by kubrick555 View Post

It's crazy how the dipdye sweatshirt has become such a signature piece for Geller. There has been iterations of it in 4 seasons now I think? Not to mention the various other gradient pieces (the denim, blazer, t-shirts).

it's kind of a shame tho because geller does so many pieces that are way cooler than the dip dye.
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