In his show notes, Robert Geller cited Luchino Visconti’s cinematography as a source of inspiration — that’s if you take Helmut Berger and place him in David Bowie’s Berlin of the Seventies. It appeals to a certain audience below East 14th Street, but the rich-bohemian, androgynous sensibility — with gray leather trenchcoats, pleated pants or skinny jeans — could be a tough sell elsewhere.

In his show notes, Robert Geller cited Luchino Visconti’s cinematography as a source of inspiration — that’s if you take Helmut Berger and place him in David Bowie’s Berlin of the Seventies. It appeals to a certain audience below East 14th Street, but the rich-bohemian, androgynous sensibility — with gray leather trenchcoats, pleated pants or skinny jeans — could be a tough sell elsewhere.

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