As we welcome the fall with functional outerwear and fleece lining, K-Way has linked up with Engineered Garments for a slick capsule of seasonal essentials.

Engineered Garments' designer Daiki Suzuki has a knack for rebirthing classic pieces of menswear with fabrications one might describe as engineered for performance if you'll pardon the pun. With the reveal of Spring/Summer 2022 earlier this season, Japanese-born American designer Suzuki demonstrated his prowess working with print and silhouette.

These central elements are the core on which the newly launched collaboration with K-Way was built upon. A subtle blend of minimalist graphics and the modern lines synonymous with Engineered Garments, the collection offers seasonal products that are practical and functional.

The main functional design within the collection is the piece's ability to tackle wet weather – ideal for those of us dealing with London's autumnal showers. Channeling his vision of K-Way through his signature aesthetic, Daiki works with core product lines such as bombers, field jackets, and parkas.

A unique "Animal Print" that flips traditional camouflage using a range of animals in an arrangement of black and grey. The secondary palette of the collection uses a shade of brown Travis Scott would be proud of, providing low-key and statement options to tackle the changing weather.

You can find the K-Way x Engineered Garments collection at Nepenthes in London, New York, and Tokyo now.

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