There is something truly wonderful about the 2009 Spring/Summer collection from Engineered Garments. I can’t help but admire their mens clothing. Fashion for men is a tricky thing. It’s often classically boring or sickeningly trendy and gimicky.

Engineered Garments manages to continuously craft collections that look like something and eccentric Brit might have worn in 1930 while on holiday or harken back blue collar work wear that would have felt at home in the coal car of a steam engine.

“Engineered Garments took its brand name from a pattern maker hired to draft the first round of patterns. She claimed that the clothes were not designed by engineered due to the vast amount of detailing involved in each garment.” (Engineered Garments – Story)

— Anthony P. Munoz