If you have ever shopped at Gargyle, the tiny, one-of-a-kind, boutique tucked away on Orchard Street, you know how curated the selection is. So we're pretty amped for the second season of their eponymous summer '10 private label collection. Continuing with the sporty inspiration of the first line, Gargyle has hit us with a wide assortment of classic staples (with a colorful twist) for every guy and girl's wardrobe. Who wouldn't want to sport vibrant prints, neon color blocked jackets, and pastel-shaded shorts while channeling preppy but indie tennis heroes of the late '80s? Just sayin: Nothing says summer like looking good on a tennis court. Even if you're not really there to play tennis.
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