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Engineered Garments Autumn/Winter 2011 collection

July 12, 2011

Here’s a look at the upcoming new collection from Daiki Suzuki’s Engineered Garments. As we’ve come to expect from the label, it’s a massive collection with tons of different pieces so knowing where to start with it all is tricky. So below is a selection of what’s on offer.

Once again it follows the same inspiration as other seasons and there’s a broad range of styles and garments going on. Now that he’s stood down from being the Creative Director of Woolrich Woolen Mills, this is Daiki’s sole focus and it’s one with lots of great outerwear (something EG have always done well), soft tailored casual pieces and the odd cape (it wouldn’t be an EG collection without a cape).

The mix of fabrics is as varied as the garments themselves and due to it being an Autumn/Winter collection there’s lots of woolen items on display, as well as pieces in the usual cottons, flannels and even more technical looking fabrics. I really like the way everything’s mixed up here but it’ll be interesting to see how stores have bought all of this and what will actually turn up on the shelves.

To see more of the collection (like I said there’s tons of stuff), for extra information on the brand, or to find a stockist near you, go to the website here: Engineered Garments.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Smartypants123 permalink
    July 12, 2011 8:48 pm

    Some of this is great, some of it is meh at best. I can’t help but think that if Daiki slimmed the whole thing down like WWM it would be a lot better for it.

    • July 13, 2011 4:04 pm

      I sort of agree to be honest and I’ve heard a few people say that buying it can be quite tricky as there’s just so much to get through. However it does allow shops to buy it differently – the lads at The Bureau buy it in a very different way to Garbstore, or DSM, or Tailor at The Tannery (in fact Alan buys totally different pieces to pretty much anyone else) etc. I quite like that side of it, hunting down different pieces.

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