Positioned as "a tribute to the beauty of mixing wardrobe elements that don't always seem to fit", Robert Geller's latest collection fused the utmost sophistication with the effortless finesse of the downtown beatnik. Playing with fitted and relaxed looks, Geller sent a well-proportioned range down the runway that moved as well as it was styled. Dressed in lilacs, charcoals and greens, Geller's man was on the move, quickly walking down the runway with an extra bounce in his step. From fur shawls and leather jackets to the cropped asymmetrical cape, the collection produced a modern wardrobe of clarity. Tailoring and great fabrics spoke to the classic sense of the gentleman, but Geller turned this notion on its side, infusing the range with a rebellious quality. For every sleek evening coat, Geller sent out a striking modern piece, whether it was a shrunken dinner jacket or layered blazer. Rounding out fall's collection, the show closed with a somber number consisting of a cape, elongated top and simple denim. It was the image of the quintessential Robert Geller man-a romantic thought born from the conversation of yesterday and the future.