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WIP Magazine - Issue Two Out Now

Exploring music, art, fashion and culture through Carhartt WIP’s unique lens, WIP Magazine calls upon a host of talented collaborators to interpret our work in their own style.

Corduroy - Fabric Focus
Corduroy - Fabric Focus

The Fall/Winter 2018 collection is awash with rich but muted tones and textured fabrics – in particular, an array of plush, seasonal corduroys. Each piece has been executed in a signature Carhartt WIP style, with utilitarian pockets and subtle labelling applied to shirts and overshirts, as well as some much-loved classics, like our Madison Jacket.

Winter Essentials
Winter Essentials

Our Winter Essentials program sees heavyweight interpretations of Carhartt WIP styles. Think classic coats with blanket linings, heavy flannel shirts and chunky wool knits. Each one is created with timelessness and simplicity in mind – good for this winter, and several to come.

Converse for Carhartt WIP Stores Exclusive
Converse for Carhartt WIP Stores Exclusive

For Fall/Winter 2018 Carhartt WIP has teamed with Converse to create two variations of the iconic and versatile Chuck 70, a modern ode to the Chuck Taylor All Star. These will be exclusively available from November 8th at Carhartt WIP retail stores and at carhartt-wip.com.

Flannels and Shirt Jacs
Flannels and Shirt Jacs

As the nights close in earlier and earlier, and the wind takes on an extra bit of bite, flannel shirts made from soft cotton and overshirts from warming wool begin to make more sense. These are mid-layers for a time when fall is in its twilight, giving way to winter at its harshest.