German-born, American based designer Robert Geller is experimenting with colour this season. From a traineeship with Marc Jacobs in 2001, to revamping menswear label Cloak and winning a range of prestigious awards, Geller went onto create his namesake brand in 2007. Since then, the designer has created a cult following for himself and his latest Spring/Summer 2019 collection proves exactly why.
Inspired by Hare Krishna robes and Bedouin clothing, Robert Geller’s most recent collection presents a range of experimental dying and washes in the form of slouchy silhouettes. Looking at washing synthetics in natural dyes, and repeating the washes several times over, has resulted in a vibrant, yet natural colour palette lending a slightly ‘worn-in’ look, complementing the overall aesthetic of the collection.
The use of bright Common Projects sneakers, colourful beads and fluro pieces throughout the line, helps to elevate the otherwise tonal looks. Lightweight fabrics dominate the collection, while functionality comes in the form of cargo pockets, drawstrings and zippered-hems on key looks including parka jackets, slouch pants and sweaters.
Explore the entire collection below.