Engineered Garments Spring/Summer 2020
Engineered Garments’ playful energy is most certain at its utmost potency, forgoing the typical confines of suit sets and militaristic inspirations in a package fitting of Spring/Summer. Delivered and framed as fun-loving as the garments themselves, each embellishment and stylistic expression is certainly free-spirited in mindset.
Surprising with each succeeding collection, it seems that Daiki Suzuki has outdone himself once again, freshening up a list of mainstay products with motifs newly added to the nepenthes label’s long repertoire of brushstrokes. Bedford jackets, a staple and fan favorite to many, is found in lightweight fabrications — forgoing the rigid structures of the warmer Autumn and Winter months — with sprawled floral prints growing in an aesthetic almost personal. Matching pants and unders are a fitting trend throughout, as even all-over executions in paisley and various other flower-filled varieties see their way from beginning to end. Underlying base layers in singular primaries are just some of the more grounded garments to grace in a styling familiar; utility vests, hooded anoraks, long yet thinly cut trench coats, olive drab cargo trousers, and much more pair are just some that stand out. Patchwork also shines here across a full bodied coverall, leaning on refreshing swatches of tropical nature, lace constructions, linen textures, and so much more.
For a full peek at the entire lookbook, be sure to take a gander right below.