For their Fall/Winter 2018 collection, Engineered Garments went back to basics, as their roots in reimagined, reconstructed military, utilitarian and sportswear pieces were focused around a classic, red and black buffalo plaid pattern.
For Spring/Summer ’19, as the first hints of winter’s slackened grip start to reveal themselves, the back to basics approach is carried over and applied to a warmer weather aesthetic. Of course, back to basics has a different meaning for Engineered Garments than it does for pretty much everyone else, so while the building blocks of the new collection are familiar, the results are a distinct blend of classic style and experimental spirit.
If there were any remaining doubters when it came to Engineered Garment's powers of reimagined reconstruction, the Spring/Summer collection takes on the apex of classic leisurewear influence, the leisure suit. The stuff of fashion nightmares and lazy stand up comedy punchlines is reinvented as a functional, technical parka, powder blue and all.
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Model Measurements are 6’1, 150 lbs. Model is wearing a Medium.
Three-piece drawstring brimmed hood with front snap-down tab closure and back adjustable snaps.
Tonal plastic YKK Vislon zipper front with interior extended half-placket.
Two front snap-down flap cargo waist pockets with side openings.
Small snap-down flap patch pocket on upper left sleeve.
Adjustable half-elasticized snap-down cuffs.
Large vertical single welt lower back pocket with covered tonal YKK Vislon zipper closure.