The pioneering American workwear brand is basing their upcoming autumn/winter ’18 collection on London label Trojan.
Chicago graphic designers and bootleggers are also on board for the collaboration. Drawing from philosophical ideas, music and internet ephemera, the collective produce graphic-heavy garments with a cultural slant. For Carhartt WIP’s upcoming collection, they’ve been given access to Trojan’s graphic archive to produce a series of shirts that tap into their own DIY aesthetic.
Furthermore, DJ-producer Scott Monteith has been tapped for the collection. The avid record collector has dug into his own crates and Trojan’s collection to curate a mix that reflects the label’s output, which skews towards dub, reggae and ska.
The collection is set for an exclusive pre-release at Bread&&Butter Berlin, where Crack Magazine will be hosting the event’s afterparty. It’s slated for an official release on 4 October, and will be made available in selected partner stores and online.