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Embarking on their second collaboration to date, Engineered Garments and Hoka One which are prepared to issue a selection of new running sneakers. The New York label has created a low-top version of the Hoka One Tor Ultra High Boots in three distinct color ways, tan, black and black/red. The shoe has a Vibram outsole, and breathable eVent technology which means the shoe will be breathable while keeping water out. The sneaker will be available at NEPENTHES and Engineered Garments on October 23.

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Engineered Garments designer Daiki Suzuki makes clothing that can blend into almost any guy’s wardrobe. The New York based label has had a storied track record of making garments that can compliment the full gamut of menswear styles. Looking ahead to the Fall/Winter 2016 season, layering and utility rule the day. Heavy outerwear and coating is combined with cardigans, plaid shirting and workwear pieces. While items like the long anorak style parka and the distressed leather jacket steal the show, they are compliment by solid staples including wool pants, plaid trousers and even velour pieces.

Look for pieces to start arriving in-stores like END and Barneys later this summer.

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The aptly named EG Leisure Jacket is a nice easy addition to your Fall wardrobe. An easy tailored fit with 2 front patch pockets makes this an ideal casual blazer for the Holidays. Get pesky family members off your back by projecting success this Thanksgiving.

From now until December 4, Rooney Shop is offering 30% off all regular priced merchandise with the promo code ‘thanks’ so take the opportunity to scoop this under retail here.

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Offering a large selection of women’s and men’s designer labels, Rooney Shop is one of the best curated boutiques in Montreal. The list of brands carried include Robert Geller, Engineered Garments, Our Legacy and Common Projects. The shop recently launched a new re-designed website/ webstore allowing customers who can’t make it down to Montreal to shop online (though if you get the chance, you should definitely visit Montreal, it’s one of my favorite cities).

If you’re looking to refresh your wardrobe , you’ll have a good opportunity this week with Rooney Shop’s Thanksgiving sale. Starting at midnight on November 25th through to December 4th, you can save 30% on all regular priced items online using promo code ‘thanks’.  I selected my favorite items currently in-stock at Rooney, click through to see my selects.

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Being one of the few men’s brands that is still made  in New York City, Engineered Garments stands independently in both it’s production and outlook. Beyond the clothes themselves, a notable aspect of this latest lookbook for the spring/summer 2016 are the casting choices. A testament to the versatility of the clothing, EG has always been about updating classic American vintage with a twist and this lookbook shows just how versatile some of the pieces are no matter your personal style. Standout pieces include an elongated Chester coat, olive BDU, and plenty of great prints on shirting, outerwear and shorts.

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It’s no surprise that the team at Nepenthes has assembled another winning editorial highlighting a selection of spring/summer items from the likes of Needles, South2West8 and Engineered Garments. This editorial provides solid inspiration for dressing in hotter weather with fits that manage to work in a variety of pieces from top Japanese labels. The looks here styled by Naoki Ikeda capture the feeling of exploring the Japanese countryside and offer a textbook example of how conversation pieces can be toned down and made to be easily wearable. If you’re into any of the brands mentioned above , do yourself a favor and click through to see the rest of the editorial.

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Nepenthes releases it’s second editorial of the season ‘Spirit of Place. Styled by Yohei Usami, the looks emphasize layering and colder weather dressing. Look include items by Needles, Engineered Garments, Sonic Lab,, The Soloist, and South2 West8 and more.

 

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Nepenthes puts together an outdoor themed editorial styled with key items from a wide range of Fall/Winter 2014 collections. The photo set features its own collaborations with George Cox as well as pieces from NEEDLES, Engineered Garments, Sonic Lab and Sasquatchfabrix. Head over the Nepenthes site to get more information about availability and stockists.

See the full editorial after the jump

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Que Pasa Shop is an online consignment shop that offers up select pieces from brands such as WTAPS, Undercover, Supreme, Engineered Garments, Our Legacy, Junya Watanabe and Comme des Garcons. The site has a tightly curated collection of styles from these brands (amongst many others) at  reasonable prices. If you’re looking to find some older gems, the site is definitely worth a visit. The team there hit me about up about premiering this editorial featuring some of the product that just launched (or will be launched over the next few days).

The editorial was shot on 35mm film and makes use of CCTV video to provide alternate angles of selected looks. I was definitely feeling the presentation and the color palette was vaguely reminiscent of Fallen Angels (one of my favorite flicks). You’ll be able to see the rest of the editorial after the jump as well as Third Look exclusive product photos of upcoming releases.  You can browse Que Pasa Shop’s entire selection of goods on their site and follow them on tumblr and instagram.

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The best part about the process of posting these style profiles is getting insight into someones style and getting to know them better as a person through that . I’ve known Lucas for some time now as a friend and it was cool to interview him for the site and hear more about how his style developed.

I hear a lot of my taller friends complain that it’s hard for them to find clothes that fit. At 6’7″ Lucas definitely stands out in a crowd but I admire how he was able to mix pieces from a variety of brands to create a personal aesthetic that represents his personality and interests well. I sat down with the homie to discuss where his style has been and where its going.

When did your interest in clothes start? What kind of stuff were you wearing back then?

I have always had an appreciation for clothes, but the turning point for me was the first time I went to the old Recon store on Eldritch Street. I was finally making enough  money to get some decent clothes. I stumbled across the store when the first Stash AF1 was releasing, and I was blown away by the product. The store manager was kind enough to educate me about the brand and the NY streetwear scene in general. This lead to finding out about Retail Mafia brands that were prevalent in the scene at the time. In particular I wore SSUR, Supreme and Alife tees and hoodies, Evisu jeans, Northface jackets, and Nikes.

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