Robert Geller: Sophistication in German Fantasy

Inspired by the fashion of the eighties in Germany, Robert Geller adorned the Spring/Summer 2017 season of the men’s fashion week with a series of unexpected fashion breakthrough. The creation spoke youthful spirit that captured the rebellious attitude of the youngsters in Germany, as well as casual chic style that is difficult to imitate. The floral collarless jumpsuit that was worn with an oversized black bomber jacket showed that experiment and creativity could, and should, take place in men’s fashion.

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The thoughtful details on each apparel adds to the unusual design of the cloths and sweetens the rebellious style at the same time. The neon color of the pants and the oversized fur ball that was hanging on them tendered down the rough look and brought up a playful side to the manliness of the design.

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Not to be outdone by the bottoms, the tops were decorated by pieces of polaroid pictures and a neon color breast belt. Polaroid pictures? After watching the show, I started snapping polaroid selfie and pinned them on my shirt. No joke.

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The look of each model was bejeweled by many swoon-worthy brands from Common Project on the feet, Casio on the wrist, to Garrett Leight as the eyewear. Kellan Lutz was one of the many celebrities in attendance.

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