Engineered Garments and BEAMS BOY Team up for a Reconstructed Capsule

All backwards everything.

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Engineered Garments and BEAMS BOY‘s latest collaborative collection looks to the clock for inspiration, or rather, the reverse clock. Just like how a reverse clock runs counter-clockwise, the collection is made up of an ensemble of misplaced cuts, text, stitching and patterns — giving each piece a unique and rebuilt look.

Ranging from ¥10,800 - ¥37,800 JPY (approximately $98 – $245 USD) the capsule is comprised of the Camp Shirt, Inside-Over tee, Pullover Parka, Coach Blazer, Balloon Shorts, Mirror Hat, and a special backwards dial wrist watch produced by TIMEX. All of which also come in women’s sizes.

You can purchase the Timex x Engineered Garments x BEAMS BOY “Reverse Clock” collection now at beams.co. For more Japanese fashion, have a good time Drops Casual Staples for Spring/Summer 2018.

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