Take a Look at Part 2 of Carhartt WIP's "Coming to Light" Editorial

Bright lights and bold colors.

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After dropping the first part of its “Coming to Light” editorial recently, Carhartt WIP is back again with part two. The second instalment still focuses around Kendrick collaborator and one half of NxWorries, Knxwledge, and shows the producer in his adopted hometown of Los Angeles. Where part one focused on shadowy streets, this segment of the editorial celebrates a different side to L.A. with yellow and blue backdrops showing the city’s bright lights and bold colors. Throughout both parts of the editorial, Knxwledge wears some key pieces from Carhartt WIP’s 2017 spring/summer collection, with stripes and camouflage motifs featuring prominently. Everything worn by Knxwledge is available now from the Carhartt WIP web store.

Carhartt WIP has also recently collaborated with Converse to drop three workwear-inspired reworks of the Chuck Taylor All Star ’70s.

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