Layering is a dependable tool for any men’s stylist and, at Robert Geller, it was used to expressive effect. Capelets were draped over trenchcoats and elongated knits and shirts blossomed below sharply tailored jackets. Hoodies were worn tight against the head for a balaclava effect, shown under all manner of hats. Experimenting with proportion and anti-fit is a Geller signature, demonstrated this time with pleated jodhpurs and drapy mesh tanks. At times it looked somewhat silly, but it resulted in engaging ideas, with plenty of well-crafted and wearable pieces in the mix.

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