Honestly, I think the percentage is still low for those of whom who will actually buy the more 'runway' pieces. I think a good majority of men don't necessarily go to Geller for 'fashion-y' pieces, they go to him for interesting, well designed basics. I do agree with Noctone about the pre-sales. It could be a good way for both the designer, retailer, and customer to benefit. Also, I would not be surprised if stores are still waiting for 1 or 2 more shipments from Geller. He's not always known for early shipments.