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Rag & Bone Resort 2025 Menswear Collection

Rag & Bone Resort 2025 Menswear Collection

Robert Geller had his coming out as Rag & Bone’s Head of Menswear at the brand’s resort 2025 appointments. The German-born designer, who was a CFDA/Vogue finalist in 2010 and the CFDA’s emerging menswear designer winner in 2011, moved to Portugal after the closing of his namesake brand in 2019. “There weren’t a lot of brands that could have brought me back to New York, but this one is special,” explained Geller. “My brand was always sitting next to Rag & Bone in all the stores, so I knew it so well. Plus, Rag & Bone has such a rich history that I understand. I know what it should look like and the archive that I can draw inspiration from.”

Geller has been quietly working at the brand since last September. You could begin to see some of his touches on the fall 2024 collection, including a sportier take on pants with a baggier jogger fit and an update to the best-selling Manston bomber in a vintage terry fabrication that still gives the oversized boxy look of the original but with more factor. “This idea of comfortable layering was really important for us,” he said.

Geller also wants to make Rag & Bone’s go-to tailoring a bit more fashion-forward. Traditional tuxedo jackets have been cropped for a boxier fit and cardigans were made in a more substantial wool fabric so they can double as a top coat. He promises that there are more tweaks to come in the future. “My goal is to modernize it, to push it forward and also highlight the things the brand has achieved over the years as well.”

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