Entries in Engineered Garments (136)
—01. Made in USA.
You've probably seen them before in some fabric, form or another, the fatigue shorts have become a summer staple. Now made by various brands, the simple, classic shorts are the perfect warm weather bottom. This spring however, they come in the best fabric possible, olive reversed sateen.
—01. EG Spring-Summer '12.
—02. Daiki Suzuki.
Marcelo Gomes recently shot a story on Daiki Suzuki and a beautiful Engineered Garments editorial for the new issue of Brutus magazine. Above and below are a selection of featured imagery and outtakes from the shoot in New York, and you can see more from Marcelo in the forthcoming issue of Inventory, where he worked with Simon and I on the editorial All the Tea I've Taken.
—01. Fashion Special.
The latest issue from Huge magazine is now available, and it marks a new era for the legendary fashion publication. The spring fashion special is a new size, opens from the right and includes more pages than ever. The 'reborn' format is also reflected in the publication going to ten issues per year rather than monthly. Included in the special edition is a nice Engineered Garments editorial, among other beautiful spreads.
—01. Navy & Camo.
—02. Navy poly cotton.
—03. Camouflage rip stop nylon.
Making a reversible garment that is actually good on both sides is no easy task. Engineered Garments have answered the call however with the Brookline. This spring is the second season for the new style, featuring a navy poly cotton on one side, and a camouflage rip stop on the other. The jacket is also available in a tan and blue version.
The sunforger fabric has become a staple in the South2 West8 collection, but this spring Engineered Garments have used the khaki and navy cotton really tastefully. Both on the field caps and the Railroad jacket, the cotton washes nicely, wears well and looks great.
—01. Engineered Garments.
—02. Adam Kimmel.
One of the highlights in the new issue of Grind is the editorial entitled 'Navy'. It features a handful of brands in all their navy blue glory: including Engineered Garments, Adam Kimmel, Wtaps, Black Fleece, Junya Watanabe, Undercoverism and kolor.
—01. A helping hand never hurts.
Nepenthes recently launched a short online feature which has Daiki Suzuki of Engineered Garments styling a few spring looks featuring the spring EG collection. The way he mixes patterns and plays with textures and color is always interesting to see.