The Robert Geller Spring/Summer 2014 collection graced the New York Fashion Week stage earlier this month and stunned its audience with modern militant looks that embodied an urban flair.
Mixing his structured signature leathers, tailored tweeds and lightweight knits, the edgy designer dressed his models in a line of looks that payed homage to a classic military aesthetic. Whether dressing an army of modern cadets with round headpieces or remixing classic camouflage with artful textile prints, the designer defied tradition and created contemporary combative ensembles for the modern man.
Staying true to the designer's urban aesthetic, the Robert Geller Spring/Summer 2014 collection redefined its military-themed design inspiration, re-translating it for a new generation of young consumers who love mixing edgy streetwear elements with classically sophisticated undertones.
Remixed Militant Menswear
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