Engineered Garments Drops SS22 Pieces Evocative of the Wilderness

With a mission to restore the ecosystem.

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After releasing its Spring/Summer 2022 “The First and the Future” collection, Engineered Garments has arrived HBX with its ’80s-inspired range. The collection evocative of African cultures and the wilderness is built around Daiku Suzuki’s motive to remind future generations of the need to restore ecosystems.

Leading the lineup is the brown Atlantic Parka made of poly fiber adorned with leopard print, complemented by an Explorer Hat of the same fabric and pattern with pocket details. Other designs of African-inspired imagery are the multi-color Combo Short Collar Shirt made using ikat and the khaki Bowling Shirt made of cotton sheeting decorated with bird embroidery. Graphic T-shirts depicting a giraffe and elephant in white and black colorways, a black Explorer Hat made of poplin, and a light blue cotton Chambry Shirt are also offered.

Other than tops, the latest drop also offers a wide range of bottoms, including Fatigue Shorts in Khaki 14W Corduroy, Olive Cotton Ripstop, Dark Navy PC Poplin, and the long-legged Aircrew Pants made of cotton ripstop fabric available in black and olive. Rounding off the range is the UL 3 Way Bag in Olive Ripstop.

Check out and shop Engineered Garments’ new SS22 releases on HBX, with prices ranging from $170 USD to $640 USD.

In case you missed it, check out Stüssy’s Spring 2022 drop arriving on HBX in dice pattern and flaming logo.

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