The boxy suits that David Bowie wore in his first movie, “The Man Who Fell To Earth,” served as Robert Geller’s main reference for his strong-shouldered silhouettes. The first look, a constructed two-button coat worn with carrot-shaped pants in multicolored stripes, set the tone of the overcoat-heavy lineup. A short color-blocked one and a cozy collarless style in a beautiful shade of blue were standouts.

Throughout, Geller mostly stayed in his comfort zone. He played with layering for a relaxed lounge feel, demonstrated with a needle-punched blazer cinched at the waist with a thin leather belt, worn over a striped turtleneck with a longer two-toned knit tank peeking out and paired with fluid roomy pants.

A few looks, such as a round-hem biker jacket and a button-front, two-pocket jacket, were worked in Neoprene. The stiff, more experimental pieces offered a nice change of pace.

The boxy suits that David Bowie wore in his first movie, “The Man Who Fell To Earth,” served as Robert Geller's main reference for his strong-shouldered silhouettes. The first look, a constructed two-button coat worn with carrot-shaped pants in multicolored stripes, set the tone of the overcoat-heavy lineup. A short color-blocked one and a cozy collarless style in a beautiful shade of blue were standouts.

Throughout, Geller mostly stayed in his comfort zone. He played with layering for a relaxed lounge feel, demonstrated with a needle-punched blazer cinched at the waist with a thin leather belt, worn over a striped turtleneck with a longer two-toned knit tank peeking out and paired with fluid roomy pants.

A few looks, such as a round-hem biker jacket and a button-front, two-pocket jacket, were worked in Neoprene. The stiff, more experimental pieces offered a nice change of pace.

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