Joshua Gordon Shoots Carhartt WIP's Idiosyncratic 2015 Fall/Winter Video

Shot on 16mm film in stylish black and white.

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Having helmed Carhartt WIP’s Spring/Summer 2015 campaign as his directorial debut a few months back, Joshua Gordon recently embarked on an adventure to Thailand, shooting portraits of prostitutes for an upcoming book and kicking it with a feared Bangkok bike gang for has first full-length documentary. While this isn’t that, it’s certainly eye-catching all the same. Marking Gordon’s second endeavor with Carhartt’s contemporary subsidiary, this year’s fall/winter campaign film — shot in 16mm — sees the director taking cues from organic, fast-paced favorites like Gerald Kargl’s Angst and Matthieu Kassowitz’s acclaimed La Haine. Fierce and moody, the resulting montage “could be the trailer of some trippy tragedy.”

Check it out above and look for Carhartt WIP’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection now in stores and online.