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—01. Hippie Stripe.
—02. 100% cotton.
Engineered Garments has at least one or two outstanding prints in their shirting collection each season, and this hippie-inspired pattern is certainly in that category for Spring-Summer '14. Not for the faint of heart, it's a daring but attractive sight that would look great, just visible, beneath a solid coloured layer.
—01. Baker Jacket.
—02. Round Collar Shirt.
Spring deliveries are beginning to land around the world in full force. While our fair weather options are still sparse, the first shipment from Engineered Garments features a couple of simple shirts and a cotton poplin version of their classic Baker jacket.
—01. Tropical Wool Aviator Jacket.
—02. Printed Polka Dot Tablier.
Engineered Garments consistently provide us with one of the most interesting, unique, exciting and wearable collections, season after season. The Spring-Summer '14 offering is no exception, featuring a wide range of pieces in everything from simple, refined fabrics to more playful, psychedelic patterns.
Photography: Clément Pascal
Styling: Angelo Urrutia
The latest issue of The New Order is out now, and we've just received copies in Vancouver. The magazine is filled with seasonal editorials featuring a variety of brands from Europe, Japan and America, but the standout piece is the Engineered Garments story accompanied by an interview with Daiki Suzuki.
This fall, Engineered Garments have made a couple of products exclusively for Inventory. Their classic 5-pocket Workaday cords have become a staple in our selection, and we are now pleased to offer the pant in black and navy Bedford corduroy.
—01. Uniform Serge Wool.
Shown here as part of The Bureau's Fall Look series, and alongside the Long Bush Shirt, the Lafayette Jacket is one of a number of new styles introduced by Engineered Garments this season. Perfect for the crisp weather that's just begun to arrive here in New York, this style offers everything Engineered Garments is so well-known for, along with a few nice surprises. While perhaps not for everyone, the elasticated cuffs and drawcord hem are a nice change from more traditionally styled pieces, and the Uniform Serge Wool is a warm but relatively thin fabric choice, that allows for plenty of layering options.