NEW YORK — “Eclectic randomness” is what Patrick Robinson says he’s aiming for in his new better collection for Perry Ellis, licensed by Public Clothing Co. “It should look like you just went to your wardrobe, you got dressed, you just put it together,” he explains. Robinson has previously worked for Giorgio Armani and Anne Klein and had his own company. Meanwhile, Public is also bringing back Generra by enlisting a new creative director, Tony Melillo. For more on both debuts, see fashion story Out In Public: Perry Ellis and Generra.

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