Revolving around a heavy use of red and black buffalo plaid and material contributions from Woolrich Woolen Mills, Engineered Garments’ Fall/Winter 2018 run emphasizes a “return to roots” and heritage clothing in attempt to move the culture forward. For its specific offerings, expect a continuing of the brand’s commitment to exceptional layering and more timeless outerwear items. Notably, the collection is also geared towards showcasing Daiki Suzuki’s skills as tailor, with several wares created from one single piece of fabric. Rounding out the presentation: collaborations with Barbour and Dr. Martens.
You can check out Engineered Garments’ Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook above. At the beginning of the year, Engineered Garments teamed up with Converse to give the iconic All-Star silhouette a military green makeover.