Engineered Garments Unveils a Custom Floral-Printed Bucket Hat

Highlighting a Java-inspired pattern.

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Fresh off a pair of eclectic collaborations alongside Dr. Martens and Trippen, not to mention releasing its own 2017 fall/winter collection, Engineered Garments is back with a signature accessory to take note of. Revered for its creative takes on tailoring, silhouettes and prints, designer Daiki Suzuki also makes interesting use of accessories, namely, headwear. Here, we take a look at a bucket silhouette adorned with a distinct floral pattern. The item is fashioned from lightweight durable cotton finished with tonal stitching reinforced throughout. Retailing for $82 USD, the new hat design is available now at HAVEN.

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