Engineered Garments 2015 Fall/Winter Lookbook

Daiki Suzuki’s Engineered Garments presents its 2015 fall/winter lookbook. Inspired by his travels

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Daiki Suzuki‘s Engineered Garments presents its 2015 fall/winter lookbook. Inspired by his travels to New York and Tokyo in the ’70’s and ’80’s visiting legendary New York menswear shops Parachute and Charivari, Engineered Garments 2015 fall/winter collection highlights ’80s-styled clothing and silhouettes, including volumed tapered trousers, wide wale cords and embroidered three-piece suits. Consisting of over 100 different fabrics and textures, the expansive selection emphasizes navy, black and charcoal hues constructed in a variety of cotton, wool and nylon materials to produce a contemporary take on Suzuki’s ’80’s experiences. Showcasing a medley of herringbone, plaid and homespun designs, the Engineered Garments 2015 fall/winter range exhibits a distinct cut and precision to its garments, producing a vintage, yet refined layered aesthetic. Head over to the brand’s online site for more.

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