This week’s edit focuses on versatile Fall/Winter 19 five-pocket denim styles. As ever, this season’s Carhartt WIP collection is underpinned by a selection of timeless pieces, built to outlast trends, through their classic styling and robust fabrication.
The Klondike Pant is ever-present in our collections. Created in a straight cut with a slight taper, it features in various different washes for Fall, ranging from washed-out through to dark indigo, as well as four black denim iterations.
The Newel Pant is based on another classic straight leg jean, but with some subtle tweaks and alterations. Compared to the Klondike, it is roomier in the thigh, mimicking a relaxed-cut jean. But it also features a sharp taper below the knee, which gives it an almost carrot-like silhouette. Each pair features a woven Carhartt WIP label on the right rear pocket and branded rivet detailing.
Our women’s collection also spans a slew of washes, while providing a wide variety of fits. Featured here is Page Pant and Cardony Pant, which sit at opposite ends of the fit spectrum, with their respective slim and wide-leg cuts. Other denim styles take cues from classic work silhouettes, such as the Pierce Pant, presented in a washed midweight denim. Our Armanda Pant, meanwhile, takes similar inspiration. A relaxed straight-leg pant, it appears in 10oz denim with contrast triple stitch detailing.