Engineered Garments Take Us to Africa for SS23

Following the release of its “The First and the Future” collection for Spring/Summer 2022, New York-based Engineered Garments is now presenting its latest range for SS23. The collection is inspired by African Ankara fabric prints — also referred to as African wax prints — with vibrant patterns on cotton fabrications that merge African heritage with a modernized and oversized twist.

Leading the lineup is the contrasting checkered blazer with orange, blue, and green hues, partnered with boxy shorts, coated in abstract orange patterns that nod to soft West African wax designs. Other prints of African-inspired imagery are the multi-colored bowling shirts and the airy, unisex jumpsuits that come in soft and breathable silk. Graphic shirts depicting giraffe and elephant designs are partnered with floppy bucket hats and fitted caps. The stand-out denim trouser-shirt combination comes layered with a loose-fitting utility gilet designed with rope-like pull strings that control the silhouette’s tightness. Rounding off the collection, wax-designed bags are included along with outerwear jackets with pockets and free-falling hoods. 

You can have a closer look at Engineered Garments’ SS23 collection above and it will be available on the official Engineered Garments website in the coming weeks.

In other fashion news, take a look at LOEWE’s Sinkhole Car Coat for Fall/Winter 2022.
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