Dickies & Palmer Trading Company's Latest Lookbook Is Modeled by Immigrant Workers

Photographed in NYC’s SoHo district.

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Designer Willy Chavarria of Palmer Trading Company has once again teamed up with Dickies on a whole new collection for the 2017 spring/summer season. The accompanying lookbook for the warm-season range was captured by photographer Carlos Jaramillo and modeled by immigrant men who work in the kitchens of SoHo’s most exclusive restaurants. When it comes to the assemblage itself, the duo is offering a diverse batch of garbs including lightweight coats, shirts, trousers and shorts to name but a few. Star pieces in the collection span the cream white long coat, denim overalls and oversized shorts in tonal black.

Peruse the visuals above and look out for the collection to drop at Opening Ceremony, Gentry, Willy Chavarria and more.

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