ENGINEERED GARMENTS AUTUMN/WINTER 19
Established in 1999 by the Japanese born and raised, American designer, Daiki Suzuki,
Engineered Garments consolidates elements of nostalgic workwear, modern outdoor sportswear and preppy gentlemans-clothing, all intermixed with a sense of play.
Based in New York,
Engineered Garments has been manufacturing all of their products in the Big Apple since their inaugural season, attesting to Suzuki's affinity for US-made products and the legacy of labels like Ralph Lauren and Levis jeans. While steeped in a historical context, the brand has crafted its own unique identity and aesthetic through experimentation with fabrics and patterns — expanding upon the contingencies of use for the label.
In our latest product focus, we present the latest delivery of
Engineered Garments Autumn/Winter 19, available online at Norse Store.
Made in the USA, the
Cagoule Shirt is ideal for the wetter winter months and is secured through three-button fastening with a drawstring hood. The Ground Pant is made from a herringbone cotton twill fabric and features tailored darts at the waist with waistband cinching and sturdy button fastenings. The M990EGB5 is a collaborative effort between iconic sneaker manufacturers, New Balance, and New York's own Engineered Garments, releasing on September 7th. Daiki Suzuki teaming up once again with New Balance to release a tonal iteration on the recently updated 990v5. Engineered Garments' asymmetrical aesthetic is featured along the mesh upper with suede and leather overlays, the latter featuring a scaly, alligator skin appearance.