Romantic Europe meets NYC: the ROBERT GELLER thread

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

  1. Desi

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    Calm down. Leave them on
     
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    ^^ Never my size

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    Yeah been eying (or dehumanizing stare) the gray leather for a while. Now if only I land in a grand of expendable income.
     
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    I wonder what possessed almost every retailer so far to pick up that geometric hoodie, does that appeal to you guys?
     
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    Im into it, I always enjoy his weirder sweat shirts. The price though?:fu:
     
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    I didn't think I was going to like it, but I do
    I don't ever wear hoodies though, as much as I think I might
     
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    The geometric hoodie reminds me too much of drkshdw. It's ok, but not sure what geller was going for there.
     
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    I get a raf 02 feel . If it had the pointed cuffs I would be really into it.
     
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    I just find it interesting what the retailers end up buying. We are definitely at the mercy of what they choose--and there aren't even that many of them. But of course, this is not a new thing, and Geller has even spoken several times about it in interviews.

    You know what would be cool, if there was some way to buy some of the collection ahead of time with some sort of discount off of retail (doesn't even have to be big). I know that Suspension Point does this for Schneider, where they offer like 20 pieces for preorder (range of outerwear, shirts, pants and accessories) with a decent discount (like 20-30%). It's not the whole collection, but it's a variety of stuff where you would likely want at least 1-2 things. I know if some store did that for Geller, I would buy the shit out of AW14.
     
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    isn't this what LA Guy is planning when he talks about the Geller preorders?
     
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    No, not my thing at all. Then again I don like like hoodies at all. Only have that neoprene one from COS.
     

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