Yes, we know, the weather is actually getting warmer and the last thing you're probably thinking about are coats, fur outerwear, and fabrics like wool, corduroy, and tweed. However, Engineered Garments blessed us with a different look at their upcoming Fall/Winter 2015 offerings, and unlike the first reveal, this collection is now in living color.
Designer Daiki Suzuki carries the reins from "Hunting Noir," his lauded Fall/Winter 2010 collection for Woolrich Woolen Mills, and his penultimate collection for that brand. As we can finally see, EG's upcoming line consists of tons of charcoal gray, navy blue, and black garms. Floral embroidery, jacquard prints, and absolutely bananas cable knit gear push the menswear envelope, but not so far that it totally falls off the deep end. Though, they do look pretty damn cool.
EG's appeal comes partly from the fact that there's pretty much something for every dude in Suzuki's collections, and this one's no exception. Workwear nerds already know there are plenty of pieces in their wheelhouse, but there are unstructured sportcoats and suiting for the classically-minded gent, and several reinterpretations of the M-51 fishtail parka for the more streetwear-savvy guy.
Have a look at the full color collection below. Expect to see pieces start to trickle into Engineered Garments stockists like Gentry, Trés Bien, Need Supply Co., and Haven around August or September. So you have plenty of time to start saving your pennies.