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Engineered Garments 2014 Spring/Summer Collection

Last week — for the first time ever — Engineered Garments debuted a collection on the runway. The Spring/Summer 2014 show was hosted by Nepenthes, the Japanese retailer of brands like Needles and SOUTH 2 WEST 8, and featured next year’s warm weather looks for both men and women. If this preview is indication, expect more of Daiki Suzuki‘s progressive Americana — a mix of tailoring, workwear and outdoors-inspired garments – in attention-grabbing patterns, of-the-moment elongated silhouettes, and next-level layers. Take a peek at next spring’s collection here and in the meantime, visit Engineered Garment’s website for more information.

Author: Jonathan Poh
Date: Aug 1, 2013  /  Views: 25
Category: Style  /  Tags: Fashion, Engineered garments