Carhartt WIP x Hyperfly

Carhartt WIP has teamed up with US-based Jiu-Jitsu brand Hyperfly to create a capsule collection of custom Gis. Each one has been created in our iconic duck fabric, and is available in three colorways – navy, black and brown. Please note that Carhartt WIP stores will exclusively stock the black colorway only, with the other two colorways available through Hyperfly retailers.

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Label Feature: STROOM 〰️

If you tune in to Ziggy Devriendt’s aka Nosedrip show on NTS, sounds from all decades and all corners of the globe quickly seduce you. New wave, psychedelic, minimal synth, post-punk – his selections are often catchy, occasionally romantic and long for a world where each day, each minute is a new experience enlarging the beauty of life.

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2117 - An Extremely Facetious Product Test

Normal circumstances are boring. So, with tongue firmly in cheek, LAW Magazine decided to test out how rough and rugged Carhartt WIP's Chore Coat really was...

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Carhartt WIP x PACCBET Lookbook

In September 2014, Gosha Rubchinskiy released Crimea/Kids, an 80-page book which captured the spirit of the region’s youth culture, filled with skateboarding, smoking and remnants of a bygone Soviet era. (Limited to only 300 copies, it has long been sold out.) For the release of the Carhartt WIP x PACCBET collaborative capsule collection, the Russian polymath once again travelled to the region, snapping his loyal band of followers in their new co-branded wares.

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Artist Feature: Hodge

Post-dubstep, dark twisted techno, glimmering ambient – Jacob Martin, aka Hodge, refuses to be placed in a particular box. He just wants to do “honest music,” as he puts it. Residing in Bristol, he trusts a select few labels with his music – namely Punch Drunk, Berceuse Heroique, Tempa, Hemlock, Hotline Recordings, Livity Sound and Clone Basement Series – and since 2015 his schedule has become increasingly hectic.

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Carhartt Melbourne Editorial

Carhartt Melbourne Editorial

7 December, 2017

Womens editorial shot by Luke Pownall. Featuring new season womenswear including the W' 3/4 Cullen T-Shirt, S/S Pocket T-Shirt, L/S Union Shirt, L/S Kody Shirt and the CA Military program.

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Buffalo Zine Editorial

Carhartt WIP teamed up with the seminal Buffalo Zine. The London-based publication set about creating this editorial, which celebrates understated but versatile Carhartt WIP pieces and the everyday banality of mattress shopping. Titled ‘Nothing Really Mattress’, the result is anything but boring.

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Label Feature: Boomarm Nation

This month Carhartt WIP Radio brings you music of a label from Portland, Oregon that listens to the name Boomarm Nation and has been launched in the year 2009 by Jesse Munro Johnsonaka Gulls. The vibe of his music platfrom is experimental by nature, deeply rooted in dub aesthetics, international collaborations, electronic exploration and the sound system culture. Boomarm Nation’s artists come from all around the world like Algeria, Iran, USA, Canada, Tunisia, Mali or Europe. For Cahartt WIP Radio Jesse Munro Johnson conducted a mix that give a broad arc of the label's history and aesthetic by including a selection of classic Boomarm tracks, as well as unreleased, and forthcoming material by artists such as Mdou Moctar, E3, Sky High, Saint Abdullah, Elite Beat and many more. To get deeper into the Boomarm Nation world, we talked to its founder about his vision, his hometown and the future of his peerless label.

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Artist Feature: Funkineven aka Steven Julien

Welcome to Carhartt WIP radio and the world of London-based Apron Records. Founded at the end of 2011 by London DJ and producer Steven Julien, previously known as Funkineven, Apron's releases reflect his passion for individual takes on house, disco, experimental, acid and electronic. Formerly a hip-hop dancer and a rapper, Julian eventually found his true calling in production.

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SS17 - Kuwait with Chndy & Chebmoha

“I hate questions like ‘oh do you ride a camel?’” said Chndy in a recent interview with i-D magazine. Along with his partner, Chebmoha, the photography duo are highlighting an unseen side the Arabian Gulf – one that goes beyond the stereotype of war, wealth and not much. Both creative nomads, they split their time between styling, design and photography, exposing the idiosyncrasies and subtle beauty of their world to a wider audience.

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