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The term five-pocket is typically used to connote jeans, owing to the two front and two rear pockets, and that little “coin” pocket nestled inside one of the front pockets, which you definitely never use. But it sounds better, and ironically more utilitarian, than simply ‘jeans’. Plus, there’s styles in here which are executed in non-denim fabrics. Browse through a selection of our favorite ones for this season, from slim and tapered to loose and relaxed.
Channeling an O.G. Carhartt WIP aesthetic, this season’s American Script program features a slew of jersey pieces, each adorned with the two-tone embroidered emblem. It appears on loose-fit, brushed cotton sweatshirts, and matching sweatpants – allowing for an archetypal cozy-boy (or girl) ensemble. But there’s also an American Script beanie, because it’ll soon be winter, and a short sleeve t-shirt, ‘cause we’re not quite there yet.
In 1976, the Swiss photographer Beat Presser launched a large-format, black and white publication called The Village Cry. Taking inspiration from Marshall McLuhan’s ‘Global Village’ concept, it would soon brim with contributions by renowned fashion photographers, actors, architects, and visual artists. For Fall/Winter 2018, Carhartt WIP pays tribute to this seminal publication, reprinting a selection of its iconic photographs, graphics, and slogans.