Amongst all the changes and movements within fashion, Engineered Garments is one of few brands that stay true to their original concept and ideas, and this look at the Engineered Garments Fall/Winter 2013 Collection justifies this. While designer Daiki Suzuki continues to progress, the brands evolution comes more naturally and while injecting new patterns, colours, fabrications,…
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While we begin to enjoy longer days, Nike Sportswear are about to kick the summer season up a notch with their latest Air Max Engineered Mesh pack. Enjoying a rather relevant and well-earned color of “sunset,” a gradient orange to yellow color represents the majority of the four models. A splash of black keeps things wearable and in check over the Air Max 1, Air Max 90, Air Max 95 and Air Max 97. Pre-orders are available now via select retailers including the UK’s end.
Something slick from Engineered Garments. Buffalo Leather Moccasins, because cow just wouldn’t do. A grainy hide, thick stitching, handmade in the USA footwear, these have a bit more of the rugged to them whilst keeping a preppy feel. Available in red and tan, find them here.
Engineered Garments Buffalo Leather Moccasin is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
Moving away from its often understated and minimal menswear aesthetics, Band of Outsiders steps into Spring/Summer 2013 with a decidedly hallucinogenic shirting option. The short sleeve Oxford is mocked up in a tri-color Engineered Rainbow composition with a twisted pattern enveloping the entire exterior. Off-white buttons and a subtle interior neck tag bring the recognizable Band of Outsiders design to the forefront.
Those in the market can now find availability from our online store here while an entire range from the label’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection is offered here.
It is almost like a scene out of those classic Spaghetti Western. On one side are the classic Air Max editions, “OG” down to every details including materials and even hints “yellowing” to mimic aging. On the other side, Nike Sportswear‘s newest material innovation, Engineered Mesh, a dynamic lightweight upper. While the encapsulated Nike Air soles and colorway have remained identical. It is still quite difficult to pick out a favorite version of the Nike Air Max 1, Nike Air Max 90, or the Nike Air Max 180. All six versions are available now through various Nike Sportswear dealers around the world.
Nike have come out with this impressive instalment, the Air Max OG & Engineered Mesh Pack, combining heritage and innovation with great distinction. Taking the Air Max 1, 90 and 180, and releasing the original version along with the equivalent model featuring the brand’s patented Engineered Mesh throughout its upper. (more…)
Continuing their on-going collaborative project, Tricker’s and Engineered Garments come together to present another very special pair of footwear, the Two Tone Derby Brogue. Instead of having to compromise on quality or style, the two companies made sure you can have the best of both worlds. First, the traditional brogue silhouette offers a classic look, complete with punched detailing, wrap-around suede, and light blue Cordura nylon contrasting nicely against the grey coating the rest of the shoe. Take this sophisticated, yet lively look and combine it with Tricker’s time-tested manufacturing process, which means your future pair of shoes were made in the same Northhampton, U.K. factory with the same handcrafted quality that has been in place since their founding back in 1829, and you can see why you should be excited about picking up a pair. The look is finished with wax leather laces, an off-white Vibram sole, and a co-branded sockliner. Cop your pair now from Engineered Garment stockists around the globe or directly from their location in Tokyo.
Engineered Garments Tokyo
5-11-15 Minami Aoyama | Map
Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan
TEL #: +81-03-6419-1798(…)
The latest edition of Oi Polloi webstore magazine Pica-Post is on its way. By way of a preview they offer up this great editorial, shot by Antony Crook of The Rig Out and styled by Angelo Urrutia of Nepenthes. Once again store staff take on modelling duties, taking the spotlight in Hell’s Kitchen. Alongside this we get to listen in on a conversation between collaborators and surf buddies EG boss Daiki Suzuki and Battenwear’s Shinya Hasegawa, formerly workmates at Woolrich Woolen Mills. An interesting read, catch the full story here.
Engineered Garments Editorial for Oi Polloi’s ‘Pica-Post’ Magazine is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
As a retailer that carries both brands, Oi Polloi recently initiated and documented a chat between Daiki Suzuki, head designer at Engineered Garments and Shinya Hasegawa, founder and designer of Battenwear, for the latest issue of the store’s in-house magazine, Pica-Post ‘zine. With both designers sharing an interest in Americana, there are parallels to be drawn between the two, particularly as Suzuki and Hasegawa previously worked together at Woolrich Woolen Mills. The folk at Oi Polloi also shot a great editorial (above) featuring pieces from both brands, modeled by the Nepenthes NYC team. Check out the full feature over here. (more…)
Paying homage to vastly different cities from across the Pacific, Hawaii’s Honolulu and China’s Tianjin, Nike gives you the Engineered Mesh City Series. Featuring an Air Max 95 and Air Max 90, the addition of the engineered mesh generates a modern dimension to the well-loved sneaker silhouettes. If the Tianjin Air Max 90 is your poison, check out Oneness store now, alternatively if you’re all about fun and sun, the Air Max 95 Honolulu can be found over at Mita.