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In the Robert Geller Fall/Winter 2012 collection, which was recently presented at New York Fashion Week, models walked down the runway adorning a combination of different styles, from Parisian to British, inspired by decades both old and new.
Contemporary and postmodern couture was paired in this offering with looks that referenced classic menswear styles, making this collection one of many hats, literally. While there is a lot going on in this range—from color blocking to bold prints and from long, slender silhouettes to short, cropped, baggy trousers—the diverse collection is unified by its monochromatic color scheme, fabric choices and selection of head wear. So if you’re looking for a way to embrace past menswear traditions in a modern context this fall, then the Robert Geller Fall/Winter 2012 line may have some options for you.