Engineered Garments Spring/Summer 2013 collection
Large florals and prints aplenty are the order of proceedings with the new season collection from Daiki Suzuki’s Engineeded Garments. Infused throughout this range is a celebration of Summer, with colour and pattern a prominent feature.
It also contains a number of innovatively executed pieces, which in turn utilise a variety of heritage and contemporary technical fabrics. Their staple Ground Jacket features once again, this time resplendent in a particularly eye-catching floral that takes its inspiration from classic Hawaiian prints.
The collection also contains two new iterations of the Baker Jacket. Both pay homage to heritage tailoring, with one coming in an elaborate paisley print version, and the other in navy cotton with a simple (but no less striking) white anchor print.
As usual, everything in the collection is constructed in New York’s Garment District with the attention to detail as impeccable as ever – be it in the SS13 version of the Windbreaker’s unique pocket design or the remarkable finishes on the Round Collar Shirt.