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Saturday
Feb282015

Engineered Garments Don't Hold Me Close Editorial

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Photography: Andrew Jacobs.
Styling: Michael Baquerizo.
Makeup: Tomoya Motegi.

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Simple, effective; well-cast and styled in an interesting yet wearable way. What more could you ask for, from an online editorial? Don't Hold Me Close is the latest visual offering from Nepenthes, featuring items from the Engineered Garments, FWK and Workaday Spring-Summer '15 collections. Worth a click. Worth a look. I quite like those runners too.

Don't Hold Me Close

Thursday
Feb122015

Engineered Garments SS15 Short-Sleeved Shirts

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01. Chauncey Shirt.
02. Camp Shirt.

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Items from the Spring-Summer '15 Engineered Garments collection have started landing in stores. Some of my favourite pieces so far are the patterned short-sleeved shirts, and the brand's Chauncey and Camp styles come in a number of especially nice options.

Available from Working Title

Friday
Dec192014

Engineered Garments B1P Pant – Plaid Wool Twill

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—01. Tapered leg.

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Our Fall-Winter '14 sale is now underway and there are some great pieces left in good sizes. One example is the Engineered Garments B1P Pant: a unique, versatile and comfortable trouser option in a beautiful fabric, with an adjustable waistband and a tapered leg.

Available from Inventory

Saturday
Nov012014

Looks: Fall-Winter '14 Updated

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01. orSlow Army Hat.
02. Whitehouse Cox Belt.

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Our latest series of Looks were shot at Charles H. Scott Gallery and Sunrise Market in Vancouver. While perusing Rodney Graham's show, Props and Other Paintings, and shopping for fresh fruit and veg, we offer a look at some of the season's simple essentials from the likes of Margaret Howell, John Smedley, Engineered Garments and Yaeca, worn with accessories from Beams Plus, Whitehouse Cox and orSlow, amongst others.

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Friday
Oct102014

Working Title Website Relaunch

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01. Engineered Garments Reversible Coat.
02. A.P.C. T-Shirt Sweat.

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Toronto-based retailer Working Title have just relaunched their website with a selection of Fall-Winter '14 items from A.P.C., Engineered Garments, Our Legacy and Gosha Rubchinskiy, to name a few. The site is a nice improvement, utilizing photographer Seth Fluker to give the imagery an unexpected texture. Besides clothing, footwear and accessories, they also stock an interesting variety of printed matter, including publications from Wolfgang Tillmans, Jason Nocito, Nicholas Gottlund and Libraryman.

Working Title

Friday
Sep052014

Engineered Garments Plaid Wool B2B Jacket

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—01. Paisley lined.

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The current Engineered Garments collection is one of my favourites from the brand. The variety of styles and fabrics make for a great mix, and the overall offering has just about everything you could want for the season – from classic staples to more playful pieces. The B2B Jacket is a newer style with a slightly more tailored fit; it comes in a handful of great wools, including this plaid option, and represents one of the standout items in Daiki Suzuki's Fall-Winter '14 collection.

Available from Inventory

Monday
Aug252014

First Drop: Engineered Garments Fall-Winter '14

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Over the past couple of weeks we've received fall shipments from Beams Plus, Margaret Howell, John Smedley and Needles, but Engineered Garments is always the most exciting. The first delivery from the New York-based brand includes a handful of shirts, beautiful jackets, some strong outerwear and the wool herringbone button shawl pictured above.

Available at Inventory

Wednesday
Aug202014

Tricker's for Engineered Garments – Ghillie Brogue with Kiltie

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—01. Navy suede.

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Engineered Garments continue their relationship with English footwear specialists, Tricker's, this fall. The Ghillie Brogue, with a removable kiltie, is now available at Nepenthes Japan outlets in navy, chocolate, and earth suede options. Hopefully the style will receive a New York release at some stage too.

Available at Nepenthes

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