As the first weekend of NYFW has almost come to an end, I wanted to post a VERY exciting show that happened saturday night. As you can see, and I repetitively say, I don’t post much on here. So when I do, I really make sure it’s something special or unique.
Robert Geller really brought some major heat for the coming S/S 2015 season. We are now consistently seeing layering and reverse-layering in designer collections, so with anything, the basics of layering have been mastered and now brands must step up to remain relevant. Robert Geller, in my opinion, after this show and collection is leading the way into the next level of layering. Great color palettes that are soft, yet masculine hints towards chic streetwear. Streetwear is becoming more and more relevant in high fashion and RG did a great job displaying this with amazing texture. The simple elongated shirts come in the perfect shades and length. Pairing those shirts with tonal lightweight bombers, blazers, and long coats along with luxury sweats with a high break (lets just make sure they aren’t high enough to be mistaken for capri’s PLEASE) are so essential! It’s pretty crazy to see sweatpants on the runway, but we really love the casual/streetwear side that is coming out of the fashion houses.
My recommendation. Study these looks. Duplicate next spring. Win.