Belonging under the Nepenthes umbrella, New York's Engineered Garments took its name from a pattern maker hired to draft the first round of patterns for the brand's designer Daiki Suzuki. She claimed that the clothes were not designed but engineered due to the vast amount of detailing involved in each garment and so; the name Engineered Garments was born. Details from U.S. sportswear, outdoor and military clothing are all included in the collection and give Engineered Garments a unique and practical detailing missing in so much of American sportswear today.