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Engineered Garments FW10 Leather Jackets

Pictures of the new leather jackets in the Engineered Garments Fall/Winter 2010 collection have finally started to show up on the web. Outside of Barneys and the Nepenthes NYC store, I don’t think any stockists in the U.S. picked these up. Images from Dice & Dice, Starling, and Nepenthes.

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Engineered Garments Mountain Parka
A Nepenthes look, circa Fall 2007.

Engineered Garments FW10 Western Shirts

I recently added a new Engineered Garments western shirt to my ongoing collection – a red mini pane on soft grey flannel. It’s available at Jack Straw in Seattle as part of the Fall/Winter 2010 collection, along with another version in solid white broadcloth.

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Tattersall plaids from MAPS – no known stockists in the U.S.

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Another one from Doo-Bop in a navy mini pane – Legion in LA is so far the only stockist that I’m aware of for this version in the U.S.

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They’re continually difficult to find, so do not sleep on picking one up.

Pedals or Boots

For the September issue of Huge magazine, photographer Antony Crook and the Engineered Garments team worked together on a new photo spread called “Pedals or Boots” – it showcases the Fall/Winter 2010 collection and feels like a continuation of lookbook in action on the streets of NYC.

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The Engineered Garments x Mark McNairy Boots

They arrived today, straight from Tres Bien. They’re solid boots and will be great for pairing with heavier wool trousers and denim in about another month or so.

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Engineered Garments Hartford Jacket

Another new design introduced this season: the Hartford jacket. The reinforced areas around the shoulders, pockets, and sleeves are all details that look to be inspired by hunting/upland jackets and it will return next year with leather patches. Context should have some available soon.

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Nepenthes NYC Store

Opening Sept. 9 at 307 West 38th Street – some of the Engineered Garments line will be sold in store. I’m looking forward to checking it out on my next trip this fall.

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Engineered Garments Ashfield Jacket

The safari inspired Ashfield jacket is back in the Engineered Garments FW10 collection (previously the model was exclusive to BEAMS) and it will be available in a few different fabric materials. Context and the Inventory Stockroom are so far the only stockists that I know of who will carry it this season. Images from S2W8’s store blog.

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Engineered Garments Bike Jacket

The bike jacket is one of the new designs in the Engineered Garments FW10 collection and it features several interesting details: a bi-swing back for easier movement, snap button cover for the front, buttoned rear vents with a back pocket, a removable hood, and knit hand warmers. Some of the internal pockets are also positioned in a certain way so that you can access them more easily when on a bike. Pictures from Museum Ark.

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Shown from the lookbook:

Engineered Garments x Golden Bear SS11

Jake Davis has a great preview of some the leather accented pieces in the Engineered Garments Spring/Summer 2011 collection, go check it out.

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Golden Bear produces some questionable pieces, but I take it as a good sign that the EG guys were happy enough with the leather jackets made for them in the Fall/Winter 2010 collection that they would continue their relationship for another season. I’m hoping that the new explorer jacket (shown below on the left) will be stocked by at least one U.S. store.

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Related post: Engineered Garments Fall/Winter 2010 Lookbook

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