RUNWAY: Robert Geller SS15New York-based designer Robert Geller aimed for a retro feel for his Spring/Summer 2015 collection. The result mixed Geller's signature loose knits with tailoring reminiscent of the 60s; and thankfully, the collection wasn't bogged down by being too literal, though the hats teetered in that direction. The strongest pieces were the tailored pieces, including pants and jackets, while the "white noise" prints at the end did not fit into this category.
The 1960s were a time that saw steps towards equality and civil rights, Geller chose this era and explored how that time translates into modern fashion, the biggest impact of the current events of that time would have been an inclusive cast. Instead, the one-noted cast was a glaring misstep, a fact a prominent writer from the New York Times mentioned prior to the show.