Carhartt WIP is leaning back into signature classics for Fall/Winter 2023. Photographer Otman Qrita captures waiting room moments where the time and place is suspended. The campaign features a cast of characters drawn from everyday life as they sit together in a waiting room as strangers.
The brand has always been one to focus on workwear clothes that are both adaptable and functional. Reflecting on its garment roots, the collection builds on core styles and silhouettes. Staying true to the Carhartt WIP archetypes, this season brings back the staples. Through signature colors and washes, Carhartt brings old and new silhouettes together like the OG Arcan Jacket and Single Knee Pant both crafted with modern relaxed fits and given the aged treatment. With a slightly worn finish, the pieces get a vintage aesthetic, speaking to the brand’s motifs and look. On the other hand, the Garen Shirt Jacket is made with a two-toned stone-washed canvas.
Other pieces in the collection include polycotton staples that appear in glacial palettes for the cooler season. Loose-fitting pieces highlight the collection while typical tan and brown colored chore jackets, chore pants and hoodies are made available. For more on the collection check out Carhartt WIP
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