Engineered Garments Keep It Casual With Its 2018 Spring/Summer Collection

Mixing luxury workwear with standout prints.

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For the brand’s 2018 spring/summer collection, shown in its home city at this season’s New York Fashion Week: Men’s, Engineered Garments unveiled a casual collection that went hard on relaxed fits and over the top prints. The latest offering from designer Daiki Suzuki saw him mix his trademark refined cuts and luxury workwear with some louder touches, including a matching patchwork jacket and trousers. The collection’s color palette also featured some bold new additions, with bright yellows, reds and greens sitting alongside subtle and more traditional colors such as navy, black and grey. The 2018 spring/summer collection also featured some impressive headwear, and a first look at what could be the latest stage of the New York-based brand’s ongoing collaboration with Dr. Martens.

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