Since its 1999 founding, the New York-based brand has been keen on offering up a diverse catalog of pieces that get sweeter over time. For its forthcoming Workaday collection, brand founder/creative director Daiki Suzuki looks to workwear and military styling to create uniform-like pieces. Specifically, the collection’s personality stems from design details derived from vintage US Army and US Navy clothing.
With this in mind, Workaday centers on versatility because of its basic everyday wear orientation. Whether worn by itself or layered with other pieces from the brand or elsewhere, Workaday invites the wearer to continue crafting their unique vision of style. Comprising the collection are pieces like lightweight oversized overshirts, chest-pocket jackets, tees, baggy pants and more. Elevating the uniform-esque garments are versatile and durable fabrications that are meant for all-year wear.
“Workaday is our basic everyday wear, a uniform that serves as the foundation for daily styling,” said Suzuki. “Here, you will find the enduring standards that complete the Engineered Garments style.”
Take a closer look at the collection in the gallery above. Engineered Garments’ SS24 Workaday collection is set to release at the beginning of next year.
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