Engineered Garments x UNIQLO Lifewear Capsule Drops Reinterpreted Classics For FW23

Engineered Garments, founded in 1999, just dropped their third collab collection with UNIQLO. The Engineered Garments x UNIQLO Lifewear Collection exemplifies the perfect synergy of style and functionality, offering an unparalleled opportunity to elevate fall wardrobes with versatile, high-quality pieces that seamlessly blend comfort, innovation, and urban flair.

The Engineered Garments x UNIQLO Lifewear capsule collection features a trio of utility outerwear with Heat Absorption padding, collection-specific name tags, and logo buttons. The color palette for the collection comes in solid blacks, grays, navy, brown, olive, and dark green.

First off, we have the PUFFTECH Short Blouson (HEATTECH). It features Heat of Absorption padding jointly developed by UNIQLO and Toray, dot buttons on the front and patch pockets, ribbed sleeves, and hem with a distinctive knit construction and onion quilt lining. The Short Blouson carries a retail price of $130.

The second item in the collection is the PUFFTECH Utility Jacket (HEATTECH). The classic jacket silhouette has cotton fabric construction, a utility-style relaxed fit, Heat of Absorption padding, Engineered Garments woven name tag, and logo buttons. onion quilt lining, and mid-length design. It retails for $150.

Finally, the PUFFTECH Hooded Coat (HEATTECH) is the classic parka through the lens of Engineered Garments style. It features the same Heat of Absorption padding, light water-repellent finish, onion quilt lining, Engineered Garments woven name tag and logo buttons, and reinforced stitching around the pockets. The coat goes for $180.

The Engineered Garments x UNIQLO Lifewear capsule collection can now be previewed online and will be available starting November 10th from both physical stores and the UNIQLO webstore.


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