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Engineered Garments Spring/Summer 2012 collection

January 25, 2012

Now that the new collections are starting to filter into shops and the Autumn/Winter 2012 range are breaking cover, I’ve been revisiting many of the lookbooks for Spring/Summer to remember what’s in store for this season. One that I hadn’t taken much notice of at the time was this one from Engineered Garments. On reflection there’s some really nice pieces here, with plenty of interesting fabrics and finishing techniques present.

As said, fabrics are always a huge part of what Daiki Suzuki does with this label and this range looks to be no different in that respect. It doesn’t feel as immediate as the previous Autumn/Winter range (which is maybe why I only glanced over it originally) but there’s plenty here with seersucker through to typical chambray and washed cottons, plus large checks, polka dots, floral prints, paisley and the odd splash of camouflage making an appearance too.

Overall the range features many decent pieces of outerwear, which I think is something Suzuki is excellent at. From their well known Cruiser jacket, to an update of the brand’s 60/40 anorak in navy blue with multiple pockets, to their take on the bomber jacket (with a ‘shoulder hoody’ under it) and two-button semi-formal blazers there’s loads of great coats on display.

The shooting jacket with the contrast suede panels is detailed up to the nines but looks great for it – for me it’s one of the stand out pieces of the collection, as is the large check baker jacket, which is a much simpler garment but at the same time bold and very wearable. In addition to the many jackets is more of what you’d expect really – a broad range of garments from jersey wear to shorts, shirts and small accessories like ties and scarves.

Above is only a small selection of a collection that’s once again huge, so to see everything else on offer, or for more information on the brand and to find your nearest stockist, go to the website here: Engineered Garments.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. January 25, 2012 10:51 am

    I love this blog, how interesting!!!

  2. Alex permalink
    January 26, 2012 11:40 am

    Some cool stuff, some not so cool stuff. I like what Daiki does but I think he was better focussed at WWM.

  3. Rob permalink
    January 26, 2012 12:24 pm

    So that’s what Kraftwerk are up to now.

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