• Engineered Garments - Bedford Jacket
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    Engineered Garments
    Bedford Jacket

    Japanese designer Daiki Suzuki created the brand Engineered Garments in 1999, with a vision to blur the boundaries between innovative modern design and age-old, traditional methods of craftsmanship. His bold, playful use of print, together with practical detailing, sees Suzuki being regularly touted as one of the most influential menswear designers of the past decade. Since its inception, the brand has remained true to the initial manifesto of creating engineered and dynamic menswear, that brings a unique urban silhouette to traditional designs. A version of the Bedford Jacket has been made for the BlueBlack Collection, in navy blue serge wool with four patch pockets, peak lapels and three-button front closure.

  • Engineered Garments - Bedford Jacket
    09
    Engineered Garments
    Bedford Jacket

    Japanese designer Daiki Suzuki created the brand Engineered Garments in 1999, with a vision to blur the boundaries between innovative modern design and age-old, traditional methods of craftsmanship. His bold, playful use of print, together with practical detailing, sees Suzuki being regularly touted as one of the most influential menswear designers of the past decade. Since its inception, the brand has remained true to the initial manifesto of creating engineered and dynamic menswear, that brings a unique urban silhouette to traditional designs. A version of the Bedford Jacket has been made for the BlueBlack Collection, in navy blue serge wool with four patch pockets, peak lapels and three-button front closure.

  • Engineered Garments - Bedford Jacket
    09
    Engineered Garments
    Bedford Jacket

    Japanese designer Daiki Suzuki created the brand Engineered Garments in 1999, with a vision to blur the boundaries between innovative modern design and age-old, traditional methods of craftsmanship. His bold, playful use of print, together with practical detailing, sees Suzuki being regularly touted as one of the most influential menswear designers of the past decade. Since its inception, the brand has remained true to the initial manifesto of creating engineered and dynamic menswear, that brings a unique urban silhouette to traditional designs. A version of the Bedford Jacket has been made for the BlueBlack Collection, in navy blue serge wool with four patch pockets, peak lapels and three-button front closure.