The state of the world over the past year-plus has upended everything from mundane daily routines to the very conceptions of what ‘normal’ looks like. Engineered Garments have not been exempted from this disruption, as some of their defining features: meticulous tailoring and tactical inspired functionality for the on-the-go world traveler, have been hamstrung by the necessity of staying home.
For their Spring/Summer 2021 collection, Daiki Suzuki has faced this challenged head-on, and responded with decontracte. The one-to-one translation is ‘relaxed’ or ‘leisurely,’ but the broader implications also include ‘casual’ and ‘informal,’ suggesting an ease of spirit to match the unhurried pace of action.
The utilitarian function and fastidious craft that stand behind the ‘Engineered’ in Engineered Garments have been applied to looser, relaxed silhouettes, featuring a globetrotting array of patterns (florals, madras palid, Breton stripes) and materials.
A typical classic button-down shirt from Engineered Garments created with the feeling of a 19th century dress shirt. With a single needle, round hem, side slits, and underarm gussets, this is one of the most thought out items with classic and delicate details. Made from a natural cotton, this piece features a beautiful and unique Lawn Peacock print this season.
If a size is not listed, it is sold out.
S: Length 82 cm / Width 57 cm / Shoulder width 48 cm
M: Length 85 cm / Width 60 cm / Shoulder width 49.5 cm
L: Length 87 cm / Width 61 cm / Shoulder width 51 cm