S/S 2017

Robert Geller never ceases to amaze us here at Ponyboy. His casual, yet avant-garde collections are never boring and he is always a step ahead of the rest. For Spring/Summer 2017, Geller took us on a ‘Walk on the Wild Side’ with leopard prints and neon colors. The designer’s inspiration clearly came from the 80s, primarily the music and underground scene of new wave Berlin. He stated that he channeled the creativity of German post-punk bands like Einstürzende Neubauten and Nina Hagen. Geller gave us edginess in many forms, one of our favorites being polaroids fastened to jackets and trousers. Model Max Von Isser wore a jacket with interesting strap detail, a bondage effect. Fur pom-pom keychains attached to the trousers added an eclectic accent. Neon-colored washed-silk cropped pegged trousers ruled the show. The record-style bags that incorporated the Tower Records font were just genius. Our infatuation increases with every collection that we’ve seen and we eagerly anticipate what this design mastermind will create next season. Photography Alexander Thompson.