Why It Works: With designer Adam Kimmel taking a one-year break from menswear, it's safe to say his recent coveralls for Supreme may be his swan song for now. Replacing him with this out-of-left-field collab combines two New York-based cult brands for an unexpected capsule collection that actually makes perfect sense. 

What We'd Like to See: Engineered Garments reinterprets their reversible, unstructured Brookline sportcoat—this time with Supreme's camo-print pile lining on the other side of a plain navy wool. Band collar denim shirts with "Supreme" engraved on Engineered Garments' signature lone red button, reinforced carpenter's pants with a slim-straight cut made for the rigors of skating, and some Hell's Kitchen Music Society x Supreme graphic tees.