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Engineered Garments Spring/Summer 2013, plus FWK

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by robin, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. JOA

    JOA Well-Known Member

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    That royal blue Cruiser in Timpo's photos is phenomenal.
     
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  2. Shingles

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    What pants is that? I think it's time that I get my first pair of EG pants, but need something with a low rise. Ideas?
     
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    They are Fatigues (High Count Olive). I have last years version in various colours which was a staple item throughout spring/summer.
     
  4. pseudonym

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    I'm a big supporter of EG FW stuff.

    This SS13 season may very well be my first foray into copping SS jawnz. I'll be waiting for the paisley suit.
     
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  8. Edd

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    i bought one, colour was not the same as the picture posted in the link i think maybe the colour has been tampered with to make the jacket look cooler!. jacket was a much brighter green in reality, also fit is extremely boxy, would of needed some tailoring so the jacket tapered down slightly if i was to of kept it.


    Also quick question, do the size medium fatigue pants fit exactly the same as the size medium fatigue shorts around the waist?
     
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    After washing mine, the color was toned down a bit. They boxy fit is what i'd expected from the Workaday line, a bit more so than regular EG outerwear. I ended up sizing down to an XS and even though it's got a bit of room to it, it's one of my favorite pieces of outerwear.
     
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    Awesome, thanks guys.
     
  11. TimH

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    Thanks for the mention evrybody and to clarify any confusion, I designed, developed and produced the now much copied Quick Release belt back in the nineties when my company supplied the first ones ever to EG/Needles/Nepenthes, Denime and loads of others.

    Since then I now only make for the end user as I find supplying shops tedious. My former colleague and friend Martin F looks after the stores these days while I do bespoke individual work only using only British materials making by hand here in England. The same belt, leather, buckle and hand stitching but I don't do white as I only use 'real' bridle leather.

    Hope this helps,

    Tim Hardy
     
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    Many thanks timpoblete,

    Hope you are as pleased with them as I intend everyone to be with my work

    Robin of mistercrew fame does a great job, knows his stuff and made lots of people realise where they started out in this form - i am still thanking him especially when I look at the order-book!
     
  14. JOA

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    I also have two QR belts from Tim and they are the best. Can't recommend highly enough.
     
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    Thanks to everyone for taking the time to respond to the query about QR belts. Look forward to putting in my order with Tim in the very near future.
     
  16. deeman

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    Was interested in the workaday utility jacket myself but when I tried it on in the bureau I didnt really like the boxy fit.

    Going to hold out and purchase some s/s pants instead
     
  17. Edd

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    identifyed as a Nanamica Cruiser Jacket on another forum so $1120. Is fully waterproof (Goretex)
     
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    Hi,
    Thanks & I've sent you a pm
    Tim Hardy
     
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    Some recent stuff via the Nepenthes Osaka blog:

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    W O W yes
     
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