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Engineered Garments Fall / Winter 2013

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by shoreman1782, May 17, 2013.

  1. shoreman1782

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  3. shoreman1782

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    Fuck I couldn't find that. I searched.
     
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    It's never too early.
     
  5. timpoblete

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    The final Pitti and some pics from the office:

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    This is incredible, I love it!!! Some of the outerwear is stellar. I'm also really glad they integrated some older style pieces so I can wear them with newer pieces. Agh! So excited. Really like the button front shawl, that padded looking shawl jacket, the zipback parka the prints, so stoked...
     
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    Quote: A bit of a Northwest Coast Art influence to this collection. Black and red are the primary colours in Northwest Coast Art too.
     
  9. JilSlander

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    Daiki showing again why FWK > EG in terms of styling.
     
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    ^I wish I saw your post before I cropped the larger pics from hypebeast.

    Bomber Jacket will probably be nicer when buttoned. The flap across the zippers is a nice detail. Looks like they went with the diamond shaped elbow patch. Only gripe is the collar. Would've preferred a rounded collar.

    I'm liking the Truman (minus the apron):

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  11. JilSlander

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    ^ I think the gloves are sold separately.

    timpoblete - Funny you don't like the apron, I always considered you could pull off that look pretty effortlessly.
     
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    JilSlander - I think the aprons look too much like skirts and look like you're out on your lunch break from butchering a pig. The robes though, with their opening in the front, I think work better.

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    And the rest of the men's in high res

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    I love how unusual and original it is!
     
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    Anyone know who the photographer is this time around? It looks like the same photographer from last year, Atsushi Nishijima.
     
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    Pretty sure it is him; he had some teaser photos on his site.
     
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    Never too early to get hyped about layering up! Awesome showing so far for some inspiration, and that FWK styling :slayer:
     
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    Already lusting over that grey/brown wp/check suit.

    Must not miss the button shawl this time,,, wonder what fabric options they'll be for it?

    Some of the styling reminds me a bit of daiki-wwm.

    Wish my bissh could rock the fwk.
     
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    Precisely!
     

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