When it comes to women’s fashion the 8485 boys don’t know much but what we do know is when the FWK by Engineered Garments line pops up its time to get our #womenswear game on. Always impressive, the FWK line harnesses the overall aesthetic of the mens EG line but feminizes it with the cuts and styles. I really like the light parkas, specifically the ones in the single colour image above.
If there is one ladies’ line that we constantly follow it would have to be the FWK line from Engineered Garments. Here is a look at the lookbook to accompany the fall/winter 2012 collection, shot in a similar manner to the EG mens f/w 2012 lookbook with an editorial feel to it. The collection itself looks amazing with great layering, pattern, prints and as always, unique fits and silhouettes. Click through for the rest of the looks.
The only women’s line that gets regular play on 84/85, here is the first look at s/s ’12 from FWK by Engineered Garments. Love the model choice for this lookbook, mirroring the direction often taken in the men’s presentations, and the collection looks great against the water/greenery backdrop.. from the plaids through to the range of blues FWK does it every time, and this would look good on you ladies 16-60… click through for more.
We gave you a preview of the men’s Engineered Garments collection a few weeks ago, now here is a little something for the ladies with the FWK line by Engineered Garments. There are multiple crossover styles from the mens to womens collections seen, but done in a more feminine fashion. My favourite looks are the ones seen above, but they are all interesting none the less. A funny note is that it looks like they used the same footwear for the women’s lookbook as the men’s, because these cute little ladies look like they have some big ol’ feet. Anyways more looks after the jump…
Engineered Garments is a staple line here on the blog, as both Kevin and myself wear and sell the line on a day to day basis; so it would be a no brainer to love the FWK by Engineered Garments line for women as well. The line carries over the same general EG styling to the womens collection. The prints look great throughout, especially the floral and the plaid/madras shirt dresses. I don’t think the line is available yet to the North American markets (unless you are our co-worker, Ms. Noir), but hopefully it will be seen here soon. Keep reading for the full lookbook for spring/summer 2011…