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Originally Posted by zhouyu View Post

can you fit into any of the stuff Fok? if not... then it looks like I'm copping nothing :T

Well, I haven't tried on everything, but the outerwear fits me, for sure, as do the knits (which can be worn any number of ways - they fit me tighter than on the runway models, mostly), and the tees, though I did not try them on, I'm sure would fit more for sure.)  Geller is a funny brand.  A lot of the pieces look good a bit oversized (as seen on a lot of the models, but also "regular fitted", which seems to be the way Robert himself wears his own pieces (from his own accounts, he is a 52 or so in his own stuff.) 

 

The vests look good, if you are into that type of layering.  Me, I don't wear much drapey stuff, or tailored stuff, so I mostly just look like a bartender in a crappy bar in LA, when I wear a non-padded vest.

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Originally Posted by GBear View Post

What's the collar on the Metro coat like? It's a little hard to see from my screen.


Saw this detail pic in the album posted earlier in this thread:

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Thanks!
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What size is the Metropolis coat? 48?
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Originally Posted by xdarrellx View Post
 


Saw this detail pic in the album posted earlier in this thread:

That's it.  This coat rocks so hard,  Definitely a heavier top layer.  It has either a slighly monastic or really rock-and-roll feel, depending on how you style it.  

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Originally Posted by Lokesh View Post

What size is the Metropolis coat? 48?

It's a true sample.  Yes, 48.  Note that although samples are 48, none of the models are real 48s, for the most part.  They are usually closer to a size 46, but with wider than average shoulders.  This is probably the reason those guys can layer on 3 jackets and a shirt, in some of the runway styling. The samples definitely fit either a true 48 or 48-50s, though (which is where I am at.)  But a true size 48 or 50 is not going to be able to layer 3 things under the coat.

 

Cheers,

 

Fok,

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Thanks. I have a feeling all the sample stuff is going to be too big for me unfortunately. Le sigh.
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Originally Posted by Lokesh View Post

Thanks. I have a feeling all the sample stuff is going to be too big for me unfortunately. Le sigh.

Possibly.  There is a pair of Richard pants in a size 46, though.

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

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And also, there are accessories like the gloves and the neckwarmers, which are definitely for smaller guys.

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Speaking of which, are there multiples of each pair of gloves or just one of each?
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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

Speaking of which, are there multiples of each pair of gloves or just one of each?

One of each.

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

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anyone see the fritz moto leather in a 48?
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http://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/clo/4233295697.html Random

Geller is a 52? That seems insane to me, he looks like a 48.
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http://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/clo/4233295697.html Random

Geller is a 52? That seems insane to me, he looks like a 48.

That is the Illusion bomber.  Cool piece.  I wonder where he found it.  We have the field jacket version, and the pants.

 

re. sizing, that's what he told me.

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Originally Posted by max-t View Post

anyone see the fritz moto leather in a 48?

We will have the vest, if that is of any use at all.  In the runway pictures, the Fritz leather vest is layered under the jacket:

 

Also, here: http://www.ssense.com/men/product/robert_geller/black_washed_leather_fritz_biker_jacket/82970?origin=pla&gclid=CIbk-5ONn7sCFfBDMgod_xsAfw

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