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post #3931 of 5702
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Originally Posted by variegate 

Interesting pants with wool top. Crazy.

"Dress Denim"

Via Maas & Stacks
http://www.maasandstacks.com/collections/robert-geller/products/robert-geller-dress-denim-charcoal
post #3932 of 5702
oh wow that is something special. Any shops pick up the long plaid tunic or the contrast cuff waxed denim so far?
post #3933 of 5702
Acrimony got the gray/tan coated pants
post #3934 of 5702
whats the cut on the sepia jeans this time? I hope I can fit some slim ones. not looking forward to skinny jeans
post #3935 of 5702
One button blazer, random dot shirt, neoprene leggings, and weird ass CPs, can't wait to see this on the runway

Edit: wow cool, picture wasn't showing, try again


Edited by melonadejello - 9/5/13 at 3:12pm
post #3936 of 5702
Somewhat plokhov perhaps? Nah prolly not

Different subject - i always wondered how geller gives names for his pieces. Rather than the pieces with names of his models (i presume, i.e. richard blazer, oskar sunglasses) or those with self explanatory names (i.e. slit pocket shirt, wide leg shorts) why are the "engineer pants" called as such? "Professor cardigan"? "Type D" jeans? What does types A, B, and C look like? Was it just me who didnt get the memo? I have always been curious about the story behind these names...
post #3937 of 5702
That sketch shows the Spring single monk shoes. Interestinggggg.
post #3938 of 5702
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Originally Posted by jibak View Post

Somewhat plokhov perhaps? Nah prolly not

Different subject - i always wondered how geller gives names for his pieces. Rather than the pieces with names of his models (i presume, i.e. richard blazer, oskar sunglasses) or those with self explanatory names (i.e. slit pocket shirt, wide leg shorts) why are the "engineer pants" called as such? "Professor cardigan"? "Type D" jeans? What does types A, B, and C look like? Was it just me who didnt get the memo? I have always been curious about the story behind these names...

Some of the previous styles were named after the designer, I believe. Peter, Joseph, etc.

The 'Type A/B/C/D' naming was to clarify the different types/cuts/materials but never we know which is which, so not sure that one worked out. smile.gif
post #3939 of 5702
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Originally Posted by jibak View Post

Somewhat plokhov perhaps? Nah prolly not

Different subject - i always wondered how geller gives names for his pieces. Rather than the pieces with names of his models (i presume, i.e. richard blazer, oskar sunglasses) or those with self explanatory names (i.e. slit pocket shirt, wide leg shorts) why are the "engineer pants" called as such? "Professor cardigan"? "Type D" jeans? What does types A, B, and C look like? Was it just me who didnt get the memo? I have always been curious about the story behind these names...

The name "Professor Cardigan" probably comes from the influence for the season which was student protests of the late 60s. There was another cardigan named "Student".

post #3940 of 5702
There we go.
http://www.ssense.com/men/designers/robert_geller

Ultra long plaaaaaiiiiiiddddd

(44s and 52s!)
post #3941 of 5702
lol @ the modelling pics for the contrast-waistband jeans, it's almost like they purposely covered up the namesake of the jeans in every single shot
post #3942 of 5702
Made in korea Gellerz
post #3943 of 5702
At least they're not all using that Forward model with the forehead tattoos.
post #3944 of 5702
Fred Segal in LA has those wool pants that nomad has but in grey. So cool in person.
post #3945 of 5702
So the pre-order list is gonna go up as soon as the runway show ends, right Fok? Right Fok, right?!
Lemme see, I wanna see!

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