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In the open space of a ranch in Berlin’s countryside, New York-born dancer-turned-photographer Luis Alberto Rodriguez contorts and twists the famously rigid fabrics of Carhartt WIP, showcasing the Fall/Winter 18 collection through his sculptural creations.
Coming up in New York in the 90s, photographer Sue Kwon is perhaps best known for capturing some of Hip Hop’s most enigmatic figures of that era. For F/W18, Sue Kwon captured Indira Cruz – a downtown Manhattan high school teacher – in pieces from this season’s Carhartt WIP womenswear collection.
Steve Lacy has been nominated for a Grammy, is a member of unconventional LA-based collective The Internet, and has produced music for Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean and Jhené Aiko. And he’s just 20-years-old. On the face of it, Lacy already has the music industry at his feet. But, as he tells WIP Magazine, he’s not thinking about that.
The Fall/Winter 2018 collection is awash with rich but muted tones and textured fabrics – in particular, an array of plush, seasonal corduroys. Each piece has been executed in a signature Carhartt WIP style, with utilitarian pockets and subtle labelling applied to shirts and overshirts, as well as some much-loved classics, like our Madison Jacket.
For Fall/Winter 2018 Carhartt WIP has teamed with Converse to create two variations of the iconic and versatile Chuck 70, a modern ode to the Chuck Taylor All Star. These will be exclusively available from November 8th at Carhartt WIP retail stores and at carhartt-wip.com.