Entries in Engineered Garments (140)
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.
We don't order a lot of Engineered Garments accessories for our shop, but these Button Shawls were irresistible. Available in a variety of fabrics, we picked out a few of our favourites this season, including a windowpane pattern on a navy herringbone base and two heavy twill plaids.
A film by Manabu Gaku Inada.
This summer Engineered Garments hosted their first ever fashion show, at the Nepenthes store in New York. Manabu Gaku Inada was on hand to cover the event, and the resulting short film offers a look behind the scenes at the show, alongside glimpses of the production process and Spring-Sumer '14 look book.
—01. OG Slip-On LX & OG Authentic LX.
Yesterday marked the release of Engineered Garments' collaboration with Vault by Vans. The New York based brand made two different models, the OG Authentic LX and the OG Slip-On LX, each taking on their own aesthetic. The capsule collection is likely to sell quickly, as the shoes are well-priced, very wearable and represent the first collaboration between the two brands.
We've just updated the Looks section of our website with a selection of items from our Fall-Winter '13 offering. A variety of pieces are featured, mixing staples from orSlow, Workers and Tricker's with new arrivals from Ebbets Field Flannels, Engineered Garments and John Smedley.
2-28 Tenyamachi Hakataku
Nepenthes have recently opened a new store in the city of Hakata. Located in the south west of Japan, the interior has a refined tropical aesthetic, offering a vast selection of their in-house brands, including Engineered Garments, Needles and South2 West8 alongside a variety of unique collaborations.