The name Engineered Garments is taken from a pattern maker's observation that the clothes carry so much detail, the garments are engineered rather than designed. The designer, Daiki Suzuki agreed and the brand Engineered Garments was born.
Engineered Garments clothing is influenced by American sportswear, outdoor clothing and military uniform, and features detailing rarely seen from most other brands today. This eye for detail hasn't gone unoticed and Daiki was wisely asked by Woolrich to take care of their 'Woolen Mills' range. That helped to cement his reputation even more and while his association with Woolrich has now come to an end, Engineered Garments remains just as strong as ever.