Engineered Garments SS12

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. jack london

    jack london Member

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    agreed!
     


  2. about11oclock

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    Yeah, browsing Nepenthes in person and some of the euro stockists, a lot of dope pieces didnt get picked up by many. what gives?
     


  3. catchh

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    Also that model on Context, he doesn't suit EG, looks way to tight on him. Actually not only Context but a lot of the models on a lot of the sites don't suit EG.
     
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  4. FlyingLotus

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    Why doesnt anyone stock the khaki Dayton shirt... The only thing I want this season!
     


  5. robin

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    Jack Straw got in the rest of their buy for the season.

    Pieces from what I remember:
    Landsdown jackets in grey wool and cotton madras, with matching trousers available (not sure which models those were).
    Olive bomber style jacket in a coated fabric (I think this is the "sport jacket" in the lookbook).
    19th century button down shirts in dark blue chambray and grey white polka dot.
    The new Porter jacket in fleece, which has some cool details that you can't see in online pictures.
     


  6. HuggyGiraffe

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    Has anyone had a chance to see (and feel) the coated cotton material on the Trail Parka or Bedford? If so, how did you like it? I am usually sceptic about synthetic coating especially in hot climates, but as it looks quite nice on pictures, I wonder how it feels in person. Is it on the lighter side, or more like a "rubbery" raincoat material?
     


  7. catchh

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    Yeah I got the olive coated Ground Jacket. Its a very lightweight jacket, the coating has a nice rich textured look to it in person, a little shine but nothing major. It feels very comfy(not rubbery at all to me). I don't plan to wear it in summer though, maybe on rainy or cooler days but I got it more for spring/early fall. The colour goes well with almost anything, its very muted. Overall I'm very happy with it.
     


  8. Knight

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    Yeah I got the olive coated Ground Jacket. Its a very lightweight jacket, the coating has a nice rich textured look to it in person, a little shine but nothing major. It feels very comfy(not rubbery at all to me). I don't plan to wear it in summer though, maybe on rainy or cooler days but I got it more for spring/early fall. The colour goes well with almost anything, its very muted. Overall I'm very happy with it.

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    Any chance we could see some images? I am getting the Poncho in the exact same fabric and colour. Im also trying to find the Adventure Hat in those exact materials and colour, but its almost impossible to find... but i must admit i'm very excited! :)
     


  9. robin

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    Bucket Hat (Light Wt. Denim)

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    Shawl Collar Cardigan (Fair Isle, French Jersey, Pique)

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    Zip Hoody (French Jersey)

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    Trail Parka (Coated)

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    Painter Pants (Cordlane)

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    Sport Jacket (Coated)

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  11. FlyingLotus

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    Got my Dayton shirt

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  12. robin

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    This fabric was also used for a polo shirt, which Jack Straw also has.
     


  13. mike868y

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    That fair isle cardigan...
     


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  15. HuggyGiraffe

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    Looks good! What fabric is it, actually? A bit hard to tell from the picture.
     
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