Following the first release of its Fall/Winter 2019 collection, Richardson is dropping its Engineered Cut & Sewn sweatsuits. Rather than the graphic-heavy, military looks of its last release, the Engineered collection includes clean cuts, monochrome tones and minimalist aesthetics.
Based off an original Richardson design, the Engineered tops combine the drop-shoulder style in the front and the raglan-sleeve style in the back. The Engineered sweatpants are reimagined double-knee Work Pants, featuring fleece lining, paneling, and a hammer loop. Richardson logo tags offer subtle detailing to the sweatshirts and pants, otherwise offering simple and clean looks. The color palette includes Olive Drab, Sand, blue-gray and black, allowing the pieces to be worn interchangeably or cohesively as a full set.
Richardson is also bringing back the classic Glyph Pocket T-shirts and long sleeves, available in the same colors as the sweatsuits and sporting pocket branding. Altogether, the Engineered Collection reveals a new take on relaxed silhouettes, straying away from Richardon’s usual bold and graphic pieces to offer a more subdued option for the season.
The Engineered Collection will be available to purchase September 26 at 8 a.m. EST on Richardson’s website.
Elsewhere in fashion, Maison Margiela continues to expand its deconstructionist mindset with its Spring/Summer 2020 runway collection.