Engineered Garments Showcased in HAVEN's Fall/Winter 2017 Editorial

Inspired by workwear and military uniforms.

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Daiki Suzuki‘s Engineered Garments has been added to HAVEN’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection. The range is inspired by workwear and military uniforms with the pieces incorporating functional urban utility while boasting a “contemporary yet classic” style. Highlights from Suzuki’s latest season promote bold patterning and striking layering techniques rounded off in monochromatic color schemes. Some standout items include a wool stars-&-stripes blanket, a striped upland vest, and a collection of flannel work shirts.

All the pieces are available to shop and view now over at HAVEN.

In other fashion news, Virgil Abloh links with IKEA for a prototype lab session.

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