RUNWAY: Robert Geller FW15Robert Geller is not the first, nor will he be the last, designer to look to the past for inspiration. In a season where nearly every designer did just that, Geller departed from the flock and looked to a different decade. These weren't clothes of the 1970s: full of glam, flamboyance, and/or frivolity. Instead, these somber pieces were rooted in a time 50 years earlier, in a darker era, full of financial ruin and livelihoods lost, not totally dissimilar to today's world. The result of this melancholy was a collection that heralded much more athleticism, like joggers and hoodies. Loungey pieces looked sexy and sultry while tailoring was soft and mirrored the idea of the mid-to-late 1920s of blending in so as to not look too ostentatious. The richness and vibrance of the hues added a much need kick in the you-know-what to the collection which started to feel a little too dreary.