2009 February 13
Design American, Boys
(NEW YORK) Designer Robert Geller was named the winner of the "Best New Menswear Designers in America" project. In its second year, the project is a collaboration between GQ and the CFDA. Judge and GQ creative director Jim Nelson called him "a significant--and welcome--new force in the American men's fashion scene." Geller won $50,000 and will create a limited-edition Levi's collection.
Geller attended the Rhode Island School of Design and has worked under Marc Jacobs. The other notable contestants he beat out--who all partied on February 10 to celebrate--included Outkast's Andre "3000" Benjamin's line, Benjamin Bixby, Yigal Azrouel, David Mullen's Save Khaki, Alex Carleton's Rogues Gallery, and Shipley & Halmos.
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