"That's sort of what I like to do. I like to mix things that don't necessarily fit together. We went very high with the fur, but it still has that indie rocker vibe. A little bit dirty but really fascinating. It's modern but drawn from older things."
"I don't know about a trend, I just had this vision in my mind of this outfit with these big wooly pants and then a little sweater. It fit into this whole idea of this guy who's very confident with the styling and putting on weird things but they look really nice on him."
"We started working on those boots maybe about four months ago, and then decided to collaborate not just with shoes but we did a whole look. We worked together on a coat, on a shirt, on a jacket, on shoes, on a belt, a hat. So it's a whole thing, it's really cool."
Robert Geller's Fall 2010 collection came on strong—mixing luxe furs with worn-in leather jackets, fair isle knits, chunky scarves and derby hats— resulting in an eclectic look that showcased Geller's penchant for playing with proportion. True to his romantic aesthetic, many pieces had a dark, slightly dandy feel in inky hues of eggplant and indigo. Here's what the designer had to say about ...