Neon lights, skyscrapers, bustling crowds – Japan’s capital offers a calm and efficient rhythm that belies its sprawling dimensions. Fancy Tokyo? Now, Casio offers a piece of the metropolis to bring with you wherever you go.
Specially designed by Robert Geller himself, the GST-200RBG-1A is inspired by the urban elements of Tokyo, featuring a black ion plated stainless steel metal band, case and buttons, with gold accents on the face and a dark fuchsia second hand that nods to his most recent collection. Together, the elements of the watch evoke an image of the Tokyo city lights against the buildings at night.
“My favourite time in Tokyo is walking through the city in the middle of the night, normally that happens when I have difficult going to sleep due to jet lag. The lights, smells and sounds are really magical during these moments and I wanted this watch to reflect that magic,” said Geller.
The GTS-200RBG-1A is the first ever collaboration for the G-STEEL line, which is geared towards the active gentleman with a refined personal style. “For the past ten years, I have been producing my ready-to-wear collection in Japan because I love the quality and care of Japanese craftsmanship. G-SHOCK shares this same love, which is why collaboration is a natural fit for us,” the menswear designer assured.
The collaboration only leaves us anticipating their upcoming 35th anniversary all the more. Created in collaboration with artist and designer Eric Haze, Casio will be launching the limited-edition GA700EH-1A on October 1, amongst many other projects in the pipeline for their anniversary.