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The Future of Tailoring Is Here—Just Don’t Call It “Workleisure”
Greg Rosborough was thinking about the “new suit” long before COVID made office dress codes a (temporary) relic. With his new label, Seneca, he and Nikhil Khosla are filling the gap between #WFH athleisure and classic, refined tailoring. “Business casual still hasn’t evolved,” Khosla says. “Now, the world is moving towards hybrid workplaces. We’re working from home two days a week, maybe we’re in the office two days, and we’re at coffee shops in between. How do you create clothing for that?” Get a first look at their debut collection here.
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