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Press Release: EG Workaday SS24

EG Workaday exists beyond season, trend, or theme. Designer Daiki retains the items' authentic build, using traditional construction methods in its manufacturing processes.

This season's standout pieces, the Utility Jacket and Fatigue Pant, pay direct homage to the US Army and Marine military uniforms. Unlike the mainline from Engineered Garments, the EG Workaday Fatigue Pant is crafted with a classic straight-leg fit. It features meticulous details such as front patch pockets, a button fly, and waist tabs enhanced with Merrow stitching. The Utility Jacket, inspired by the USMC P-41, further reinforces the collection's reverence for military aesthetics.

The collection also introduces several new styles influenced by the US Navy. Items like the USN Decontaminate Smock—commonly known as 'Salvage' or 'Gunner' smocks—along with the Shawl Collar Denim Coverall, Utility Jumper, and an HBT are reinterpreted with oversized proportions while preserving all authentic details for the EG Workaday SS24 season.

Additional pant offerings include the Chino Pant, inspired by the US Navy Officer's Khaki Working Uniform and featuring a signature watch pocket just below the waistband. Daiki also reinterprets the Utility Pant by incorporating elements from US Navy utility pants, such as front slash and rear patch pockets.

The Army Popover, inspired by the WWII US Army Pullover Denim Shirt, retains its iconic two large front pockets and pullover style. The P44 Jacket's design draws on the USMC P44 HBT Jacket.

Completing the collection is the Short Sleeve Crew, a short-sleeve crew neck sweatshirt crafted from jersey milled and sewn in Los Angeles.

Together, these pieces solidify EG Workaday's reputation for durable and authentically constructed apparel. The Spring Summer 2024 selection of EG Workaday is now available at Nepenthes New York, in-store and online at