The new Engineered Garments Fall/Winter 2018 collection sports a wide assortment of pieces. The entire capsule ranges from suits, balloon pants, blanket capes, trench coats, light jackets, butcher's aprons, and chaps. The designer Daiki Suzuki took a dive into his heritage roots when crafting this capsule. The brand works with Woolrich Woolen Mills to craft most of the flannels, wools, canvas and corduroy.
Some other pieces from the Engineered Garments Fall/Winter 2018 collection include moto pants, knit vests, western style shirts, blazers. The label's upcoming capsule has a wildly wide selection with flip-on shoes, brogues, and wingtips in collaborative works with Dr. Martens, and Danner for a pair of co-made hiking boots. A standout component of the selection is the use of buffalo plaid, which decorates the majority of the collection.
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The Engineered Garments Fall/Winter 2018 Line Boasts Buffalo Plaid
1. Buffalo Plaid-motif Fashion - Designers are incorporating buffalo plaid patterns into their collections, creating a trend for stylish and versatile fashion.
2. Collaborative Footwear Designs - Fashion brands are joining forces with iconic footwear companies to create unique and fashion-forward shoe collaborations, offering disruptive innovation opportunities in the footwear industry.
3. Heritage-inspired Fashion Collections - Designers are delving into their heritage roots to create fashion collections that blend traditional craftsmanship with modern aesthetics, opening up possibilities for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry.
1. Fashion - The incorporation of buffalo plaid patterns and collaboration with footwear brands present disruptive innovation opportunities in the fashion industry.
2. Textile Manufacturing - The demand for buffalo plaid fabrics for fashion collections creates opportunities for disruptive innovation in textile manufacturing, such as developing new weaving or printing techniques.
3. Footwear - The growing trend of collaborative footwear designs offers disruptive innovation opportunities for both fashion brands and footwear manufacturers, as they can create unique and highly sought-after shoe collaborations.