Following on from a reissued capsule with Vans, New York-based Engineered Garments is back with another collaboration. Teaming up with Barbour, Daiki Suzuki‘s label has reworked pieces from the British brands archive with influences coming from American sportswear, workwear and functional military clothing.
The capsule consists of five different outerwear silhouettes — the Cowen, Dumbo, Parka, Graham and Cape — with each one constructed from waxed black waxed cotton with detailing in navy, black and olive. Standout pieces include the oversized parka, the Dumbo — a mix between an MA-1 bomber and a varsity jacket — and the Cape, which is an updated version of a military policeman’s cape. The full collection will release at Barbour’s London flagship on August 6, with prices ranging from £349 to £599 (approx. $460 USD to $795 USD).
In other fashion news, YSTRDY’S TMMRW just dropped its Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook.