Manaba Gaku Inada has created this interesting Spring Summer 2014 short for Engineered Garments taking in behind the scenes at the show and on the factory floor, interspersed with New York City life and a rather smartly turned out gentleman wandering the streets. Setting the tone for next Summer’s delivery, press play and enjoy.
Behind The Scenes At Engineered Garments Spring Summer 2014 is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
As part of Odin‘s ongoing collaborations this fall, the boutique casts the talents of Japan’s Engineered Garments for a collection of buttondowns. Odin took the classic EG work shirt and created four signature shop variations: black, white, plaid, and navy. Engineered Garments is known for their Japanese take on classic American styles while providing impeccable quality and detailing. Look for the collection in Odin New York stores starting today.
Engineered Garments for ODIN New York Exclusives is a post by Thomas Welch on Selectism.
Coinciding with the release of the latest Nike LeBron signature basketball model, Nike have dumped a video showcasing the hecticly futuristic silhouette in action. Engineered for powerful precision indeed, the Nike LeBron 11 looks like something straight out of Tron. Check it out in the vid below and hit up your local B-Ball sneak retailer to get yours.
Needless to say, since Engineered Garments has been rolling out their Fall 2013 offerings, they are shooting 100% from the field. Right off the heels of an impressive release with Vans Vault, EG now present their latest footwear offering with New Balance. Using the classic made in the USA 993 model as a template, the…
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Engineered Garments releases a brief photo campaign presenting its Fall/Winter 2013 collection. Shot in New York City, the series of black and white shots provide a closer look at designer Daiki Suzuki’s latest creations, heavily layered for the cooler months ahead. Take a closer look at Engineered Garment’s Fall/Winter 2013 collection here.
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Engineered Garments, the fashion label designed by Daiki Suzuki, puts out its 2013 fall/winter campaign in the rich noir shades frequently found in New York City chic. Previously previewed in color, Suzuki’s audience has been eagerly anticipating this release since the early summer. Layer up this winter with florals and plaids, polka dots and Hawaiian motifs – the collection’s bold flair is beautifully balanced by utilitarian cuts like blazers, sleeveless vests, trousers and long coats, hoodies, and tunics. Go with understated or tomato red – these pieces will certainly brighten up a cold day. Shop the full collection here.
Vans Vault and Engineered Garments come together this Fall to craft a special footwear collection for Nepenthes. As you’d expect, Engineered Garments approach the project with a subtle touch, bringing their own identity to the OG Authentic LX and OG Classic Slip-On LX in premium materials. The OG Authentic LX is revisited in Reversed Olive Sateen…
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In developing its collaborative collection with VANS Vault, Engineered Garments took a subtle-yet-refined approach to rework a duet of Vans’ most iconic silhouettes, the OG Authentic LX and OG Classic Slip-On LX. The Authentic is executed with either reversed olive sateen or Sunforger cotton canvas, while the Slip-On embodies the “positive-negative” concept championed by Engineered Garments designer Daiki Suzuki, resulting in one shoe constructed from smooth, full-grain leather, the other built with textured suede. Rendered in black, navy and tan, the kicks also hark back to mismatched sneakers seen in skateboard mags from the ’70s. The Vault by Vans x Engineered Garments collection launches Tuesday, September 10th, at Nepenthes New York, which will host a special Vault by Vans Pop-Up Shop. An opening reception will feature art installations by Shin Murayama, along with free drinks and DJ sets from 7 to 9 pm.
Nepenthes New York
307 West 38th Street | Map
New York, NY 10018
Engineered Garments works with Faribault Woolen Mills of Minnesota to produce this elegantly simple day pack. Designer Daiki Suzuki is constantly researching vintage garments, their place in American culture, and the authentic companies that led the way throughout history. This project is no different. The backpack is constructed from a heavy weight jacquard wool with suede leather accents and quality hardware. You can find the new pack at London’s The Garbstore 5.
Minnesota’s Faribault Woolen Mills Backpack for Engineered Garments is a post by Thomas Welch on Selectism.
The Bureau Belfast gives us a closer look at the latest from Engineered Garments in a new editorial. For Fall/Winter 2013, Daiki Suzuki mixes it up a bit, layering heavy wools and cottons in a suitably dark winter palette over the floral motif that we’ve seen creep into his collections over the past couple of…
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