Technical clothing has never looked so good

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Since 1999, Engineered Garments has always stayed a few steps ahead of the broader menswear landscape. Designer Daiki Suzuki’s left-centric take on American fashion – utilitarian clothing, rugged sportswear and smart suits reimagined with unexpected patterns, cuts and textures – leads instead of following. In recent seasons, more brands and designers are embracing the wildest trends in menswear, in response to the number of guys looking to dress more effervescent. And all of a sudden, it feels like Engineered Garments is the forerunner of American new-wave fashion, the brand many others are trying to catch. And they ended up there just doing the same thing that they’ve been doing for years.

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Like many before it, the latest Engineered Garments collection takes the essential pillars of modern men’s fashion and cleverly brings them all in the middle. If you want to look like the most fly fisherman in the world, the brand has you covered. A well-dressed Ivy League professor from a Wes Anderson movie? You’ve got it covered. An art curator who leaves town for an apple orchard in the countryside? Check.

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Engineered Garments offers clothing that easily goes in and out of work wear, suits and athletic wear. That means a plethora of pointy blazers and textured jackets, comfy work shirts and flannels, dress pants and tactical slacks. Each piece is obsessively designed. The result is a collection filled with items that will appeal to all types of avant-garde dressers.

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Some pieces are more accessible, such as woolen trousers with fairly loose fits and button-down shirts in familiar-looking fabrics. But they’re never boring: The buttons are micro-sanded twill and feature pockets in contrasting sizes and shapes. Take it one step further and you will find a cardigan sweater that has been mixed with the embellishments of a classic flannel, and a heavy running jumpsuit is unexpectedly embroidered with delicate flowers. And on the wilder edges is a leopard jacquard waistcoat, a colorful wool popover with embellished cashmere swirls, and a safety orange and navy button-down shawl. (Not to mention there’s a two-piece suit offered in the same aforementioned leopard print.)

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This is where the Engineered Garments difference lies. Garments that at first glance seem like they could be found at Brooks Brothers, Carharrt or J.Crew, but which have been delightfully elevated to new heights. There is a certain artful cadence in their clothes, beautiful and curvy and unexpected. And even if something in the collection seems too far away, give it a little time, the rest of the world will eventually catch up.

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