Engineered Garments, founded a little over ten years ago by Japanese designer Daiki Suzuki, recently launched their Spring/Summer 2012 collection, featuring the usual heavy-patterned, utilitarian-constructed and fabric-conscious pieces we’ve come to expect from the New York brand.
Wasting no time, I snagged one of the cotton made-in-new-york polka dot scarves from the collection while I still had the chance—as it already seemed to have sold out most places I checked. There’s really not much I can say that the pictures below doesn’t already illustrate aside from how light weight and breathable it is. The timeless white on navy polka dot pattern is an obvious classic, making it a perfect spring or cool-summer-night addition to my otherwise pattern-lacking attire.
You’ll find the video lookbook that accompanies the new collection (see below) is quite remnant of Kanye’s digi-glitch video for Welcome To Heartbreak