For Fall/Winter 2013, Robert Geller‘s latest collection drew upon German Expressionist films and the brooding romanticism of ’20s Berlin. As expected, clothes were layered and color schemes dark, while the designer’s penchant for hats and leather gloves continued from seasons past. There were elongated shirts in charcoal plaid worn under marled blazers or tied at the waist, as well as short-sleeved knitwear layered over outerwear — looks that provided elegant, contemporary takes on fit and proportion. Elsewhere, leggings paired with knit shorts were a carryover from Spring/Summer 2013 — as were the Common Projects — but in heftier fabrics and new makeups fitting of the season. Breaking up any monotony, meanwhile, were striped patterns and pops of red, burgundy and rust, along with the textural variety provided by quilted down, speckled wool and leather.
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