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Romantic Europe meets NYC: the ROBERT GELLER thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by pickpackpockpuck, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. variegate

    variegate Well-Known Member

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    for me

    Cadet Jacket
    Flight Pants (maybe - design is similar to originals, but cut might be loose still)
    Cross Sweatshirt

    Maybe some Seconds stuff depending on color/details, etc

    Kinda sad about the ladder tank. Not into it.
     
  2. Dbear

    Dbear Well-Known Member

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    So far only the cadet jacket (thats the bomber amirite?) in khaki.

    Also, how do you guys wash stuff like the seconds and the flight pants, shirts, etc? Care tag says something like hand wash or dry clean....but...

    ... I never like babying my stuff, wash cold and low tumble be ok?
     
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  3. variegate

    variegate Well-Known Member

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    I'd say this is a good approximation of the SS14 palette:

    [​IMG]

    (Quick photoshop mock)
     
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  4. kubrick555

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    Haha. I'm curious to see what the buys will be like.
     
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  5. jwalterweather

    jwalterweather Well-Known Member

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    Yoox doesn't have any Geller right now, but often does.

    And here is another Japanese one:

    http://shop.mindtrive.com/shopbrand/090/X/
     
  6. kubrick555

    kubrick555 Well-Known Member

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    Depends. Most of the t-shirts I will do a cold wash and air dry. Only Geller stuff I put in the dryer are things I've wanted to shrink.

    More delicate pieces I'll dry clean or hand wash - ie knits & some button downs.
     
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  7. wurlwyde

    wurlwyde Well-Known Member

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    Thank you so much for the stock list. Where are you guys getting the list of everything that'll be out with names?
     
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  8. jacket

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    Quote: I've been washing my tencel stuff hot wash + dryer. No shrinkage or problems otherwise yet... think I read somewhere that tencel gets stronger when it gets wet.
     
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  9. kwonster

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    I cold wash most of my geller (flight pants, tshirts) and hang dry with no issue yet. I've been meaning to do a hot wash + dryer for one of my shirts that fits large, but haven't yet.
     
  10. melonadejello

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    Cross dye is at the top of my list as well, not too picky about size

    I'm pretty sure the flight pants are almost 100% identical to the ones this season. Maybe just a little bit shorter but maybe not.

    Already have the SS11 Cadet Jacket so I won't concern myself with that

    Really love the ladder tanks

    edit: OH and a short sleeve black random dot shirt



    I have a tencel shirt from a couple years ago that's gotten very twisted and developed quite a bit of pilling so I've been hand washing my flight pants
     
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    Tighttttt! Gotta stretch it out....
     
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  12. hoodyear

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    Pretty surprised the Fritz jacket made it to 70% off in the sizes it did on Ssense. I can't justify the purchase myself right now, though I'm sure I'll be kicking myself later.
     
  13. Desi

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    ^2 if they a 40-41 give them here :)
     
  14. tonio028

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    I agree. I have that very pair and think they are great with excellent materials, better than this seasons regular CP version of them. The only reason I even had them listed was to offset other footwear purchases, but no one else besides us seems to have been interested. I'll likely keep them and start wearing them again they are that nice.


    I just saw this post, I now have had two versions of the bordeau colorway, a size 46 from Nomad which just recently arrived and one from the recent SF sample sale (which I now think fit more like a 50 rather than a 48 after trying on the 46), and my thoughts are that if you have a smaller waist and thin legs and prefer slim fits you will likely want to stay TTS on the lounge pants from this season. If you have bigger thighs/quads than you would probably be more happy sizing up one for a slightly looser silouhette and still be able to maintain a non frumpy fit. I'm going to be listing my bordeau 46 (my usual size in Geller lounge/flight/sweat type of pants) soon since I picked up the 48. The pants are great though I have say, a good cross between sweats and casual wool pants.


    Same here with respect to the Seconds sweats. I picked up a pair mid season and returned them because the fit from the knee down was slimmer than I prefered in comparison to the top block. I also wasn't a big fan of the 100% poly material, doesn't breath well and not to mention picks up and creates a lot of static which was making the pants "stick" to my legs and getting them all bunched. I think these would have benefitted from a cotton/poly blend personally.
     
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  15. kubrick555

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    Yeah, you will. I own it and it's awesome.

    The 48 and 50 were sold on ssense, but I think they got returned. Unbelievable that they are still sitting there at 70%.

    Also, it fits slim. I'm a 46 and went with a 48.
     
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  16. variegate

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    [​IMG]

    A bit more on the Conrad:
    Only two sizes were made 57 and 59, with a 3/4in difference between two sizes.
    Despite how the pic looks, it did not remotely fit my head. (this one was a 57)

    But damn, it is a cool hat.
    Sort of wondering if I should try to get a custom one made elsewhere.

    So, if any of you are on the fence . . . do it.
    Ssense has it for $115 now.

    (this is from Totokaelo, btw)
     
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  17. kwonster

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    Can anyone with the richard knit jacket comment on the material/fit? Particularly whether it runs short/long, big/small. Not sure if i need a 48 or a 50.
     
  18. kubrick555

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    What season we talking? Generally it fits pretty TTS. It's not a super slim cut.
     
  19. kwonster

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    purple melange version from this season. looks a bit tighter in the pictures i've seen compared to the brown version. material seems slightly different too, 57% acrylic (prurple) vs 85% acrylic (brown), just curious if anyone picked it up.
     
  20. Dbear

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    Kind of hard to see in the pictures but this seasons version has double buttoned breast pockets.
     

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