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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    how much can you count on the dip dye sweatshirt stretching pit to pit?

    my friend is between the 46 / 48 but doesn't want it to stretch out and fit big,

    he's 5' 11" / 6' tall and about 175, wears Medium in Jcrew and 2/3 in White Mountaineering / 3 in Visvim
     


  2. lowk

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    any geller stockists that have styleforum or normal discounts besides blackbird?
     


  3. istasi

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    Roden Gray has "getgray" for 10% off
     


  4. 0JSIMPS0N

    0JSIMPS0N Senior member

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    selling a pair of the black skinny/slim jeans from f/w 10 in a size 48. lightly washed black colour

    $150
     
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  5. pickpackpockpuck

    pickpackpockpuck Senior member

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    I think describing Geller as upper-mid is apt. You shouldn't expect top tier fabrics, but even compared to other brands around that pricepoint, like Ervell and Philip Lim, the fabrics are sometimes underwhelming. It's tough to do good design and good fabrics and keep the price down though. I'm guessing a lot of thought goes into what sorts of fabrics they can use to keep the garments in that mid/upper-mid price range and they're probably picking the best they can. I wonder how much manufacturing in Japan increases costs too (compared to, say, doing it in the U.S.).
     


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    I don't see any way he'd fit in a 46, but maybe that's just me?
     


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    I picked up the last 46 dip dye. Shit better fit.
     
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2012


  11. Beingjbot

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    nomad got some stock in.
    picked up the dip dye in 48 and the warsaw tee. Picked up the last 48 but they got double layer tee, both graphic tees and regular white and black dress shirt. Paid 295 for the dip dye. The graphic t-shirts are the best fitting t-shirts I ever bought.
     


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    kubrick555 Senior member

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    Really? I found the graphic t-shirts fit really short this season.

    Copped the dip dye sweater and dip t-shirt. Strong start to the Fall season.
     


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    i have the weimar tshirt in 48 and it is longer than previous' season.
     


  15. kubrick555

    kubrick555 Senior member

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    Yeah, I'm talking about Fall. Weimar is from Spring.


    It's not online yet.
     
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