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Romantic Europe meets NYC: the ROBERT GELLER thread

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

  1. Desi

    Desi Senior member

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    Would frame on wall though
     


  2. melonadejello

    melonadejello Senior member

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    Huh, where's that from?
    Can't be making :/ faces if you don't have context.
    It looks better sideways
     


  3. sti1zkin

    sti1zkin Well-Known Member

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    Its a poster by Takenobu Igarashi for the 1984 Kanagawa art festival.

    I don't think most of Geller's shirt designs are supposed to be original, if that's what the face is supposed to mean.
     


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    it's a fucking dip dye, on a cotton sweatshirt, not even loopwheeled...
     


  6. wizzeak

    wizzeak Senior member

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    the 46 is quite a bit bigger than the 48? or do the raglan sleeves really make that much of a difference?
     
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  7. hoodyear

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  8. melonadejello

    melonadejello Senior member

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    [​IMG]
     
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    SFers that saw dudes were getting $300 for their dip dyes and decided to list theirs :lol:
     


  10. imhotep

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    I have a query.

    What exactly does it mean when something is a Robert Geller "Sample"? A design that never made it into the seasonal collection? A flawed experiment? Purposefully rare items released each season?
     


  11. Feji

    Feji Senior member

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    I believe it means something that was made specifically for runway showing and/or showroom, so buyers for shops can decide if they'd like to order said piece for an upcoming season.

    Could be experimental item that never got produced since no shop ordered it. Could also be a classic piece that's produced every year.
     


  12. saywordsahn

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    Metropolis trouser and collarless shirts @ 12345.
     


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    They may not have stocked them in the first place. Totokaelo looks to do that; list every size and just grey out what they don't have.
     


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