Heroes: Angelo Baque

Part of an ongoing series, Heroes asks creatives and provocateurs from the worlds of fashion, music, and art to outline the influences that have shaped them and their work. For issue 04 of WIP magazine, we spoke to Angelo Baque, founder of clothing brand Awake NY.

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Coming Soon: A.P.C. x Carhartt WIP Interaction #5

For Spring/Summer 2020, Carhartt WIP and A.P.C. have once again joined forces to create a collaborative capsule collection, as part of A.P.C.’s ongoing interaction series.

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Label Feature: Knekelhuis

Enter the world of Knekelhuis. One of the Netherland’s freshest contemporary labels, its offering is vast and varied: 1980s coldwave, modern ambient poetry, synthpop, techno, house, EBM, Punk, Krautrock, and left-field electro all feature. But equally, its founder, the DJ and producer Mark Knekelhuis, has formed the imprint into something remarkably cohesive and crafted, despite its esoteric leanings.

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Coming Soon: Carhartt WIP x Pop Trading Company

Carhartt WIP has collaborated with Amsterdam-based skate label Pop Trading Company. This ten-piece capsule collection is set to launch on October 26th at selected Skateshops, Carhartt WIP stores and at carhartt-wip.com.au.

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Carhartt WIP X FPAR

Carhartt Work in Progress has teamed up with FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS (FPAR) for the first time, to create a collection that sees the Tokyo-based brand rework a selection of Carhartt WIP classics.

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Clarks Originals x Carhartt WIP

Carhartt WIP has collaborated with Clarks Originals to create two variations of the English shoe brand’s iconic Wallabee Boot.

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Artist Feature: Juan Atkins

The catalogue of American musician Juan Atkins is one of the most prolific in the electronic music genre. Widely credited as the originator of techno, specifically Detroit techno, along with his peers Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson, Atkins created sounds that would lay the groundwork for the future of the genre.

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High Summer

As summer approaches, our latest editorial spotlights summer-ready pieces from the Carhartt WIP S/S19 collection

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Artist Feature: Howie Abrams and ILL BILL Merciless Radio New York Hardcore

Described as the “last great youth movement” by Craig Setari of the band Sick of It All, the incendiary, pulsating second wave of New York Hardcore has left an indelible mark on culture at large. For the most recent issue of our Carhartt WIP magazine, we presented a detailed retrospective of this era, unearthing unseen photos and outtakes, and speaking to those who were right at the heart of it all, such as Pete and Lou Koller of Sick of It All, Hoya Roc of Madball, and documentarian Drew Stone. This month’s Carhartt WIP Radio show expands on this theme, with an exclusive show put together by one of the dossier’s main contributors, Howie Abrams.

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One Day Go Be One Day: Exploring Fela Kuti’s spiritual roots

To accompany the Carhartt WIP capsule collection, which pays tribute to legendary Nigerian musician and political agitator Fela Anikulapo Kuti, we have once again collaborated with Dazed and NTS Radio.

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