Sure, we may not be the biggest fans of Woolrich Woolen Mills or Engineered Garments. Some people love their classic Americana appeal, but it’s a little too chunky for us. That’s not to say we don’t appreciate what they’re going for, and because we do, we wanted to comment on GQ’s little piece on designer Daiki Suzuki. The Japanese-born, America-loving designer gave a nice little peek inside of his daily routine. We love to see what goes on in the design process, so the pictures of his fabrics and drawings really piqued our interest. From the sounds of things, he seems like a very drawing-based designer, as opposed to designers who start with fabrics and make the garment design after. Check out the full interview here.