Where the runway meets the street

We know something is being done right when the clothes look a bit tattered and odd and we still want them. Such is the case with Robert Geller‘s Spring/Summer 2012 collection, called Seconds. These peeks are not detailed enough to make many declarative overtures, but we can say with confidence that we like the mood of the thing.

In their words, the collection is “an elegant yet casual take on classic athletic wear that is meant to be integrated into an everyday wardrobe. The collection utilizes premium production in Japan, soft washed cotton and a beautiful muted color palette. Highlights of the collection include contrast color shirts, sweatshirts, zip-ups and hooded pullovers as well as sweatpants featuring hidden pockets and innovative color-blocking.”

Well, we love hidden pockets—especially in athletic gear. We also love being able to blend super comfortable shit into our workday wardrobes. We will let you know when we figure out what the silver 7 is all about and also how the wide-brimmed hat holds up in a spin class.

Photography by Tetsuharu Kubota.

More looks in our gallery…

What To Read Next