While all the items are "discoverable". I think that easiest way to see things is to go toe brands, Robert Geller, and then "sort by Newest".
The mesh tanks are cool, but at least for me, I'd have to layer them over some drapey tees. We actually have a lot of long sleeve tees that might work for that. I'm surprised that no more people have picked those up, but I wear long sleeves all year round. And when I put this up:
I was sure it would be gone in seconds. It's pretty much exactly the weight you want for a summer cardigan.
I was also surprised that this, in a much looked for size 46, is still around: http://www.styleforummarket.com/robert-geller-navy-plaid-long-sleeved-shirt/
We don't have much in the way of jeans. One pair of brown jeans in a sample size, that is about a size 48, and a pair of midnight blue denim pants in his non-stretch cotton/polyurethane blend, that are really pants, not 5-pocket jeans. They have some interesting details that hark back to the Cloak days, like the layered back pockets. Those will be released in the next set.
The Andreas pants are a midweight twill, straightleg pant. that size slightly smaller than tagged. A size 50 sizes out to a 33" in the waist, and the 52 to 35.5". I am between a 48 and 50, and the Andreas pants fit comfortably on me. Not slim, but not Yamamoto loose either.
I think that for the prices, what I would be looking at are the shirts (we will be releasing a bunch more), and the pants, many of those of which I released are quite suitable for summer - the belted field pants (http://www.styleforummarket.com/robert-geller-belted-field-pants/
), the Walter pants (http://www.styleforummarket.com/robert-geller-walter-wheat-colored-pants/
) and the Andreas pants are the ones I put out specifically as summer friendly, and the last, sorta year round.
I terms of short sleeve tees and tanks, we've put up pretty much much everything there was. There may be a few stragglers, but not much.