Anwar Carrots Brings Jamaica to Okinawa With Chocolate Carrots Capsule Collection

Featuring caps, tees, and co-branding throughout.

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Anwar Carrots, who we last saw working with StreetX, has now teamed up with another streetwear retailer in the form of Okinawa-based Chocolate Jesus. The capsule collection is a monochromatic one, focusing on creating pieces in either white or black and is inspired by Rastafari culture and, specifically, importing that culture to Japan. The range consists of two baseball caps, four T-shirts and two longsleeve T-shirts, all with the Chocolate Carrots logo imprinted on them. The collection is available from Chocolate Jesus’s web store now.

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