This week’s edit sees a focus on seasonal denim styles across both men’s and women’s. Shot in London by Raffaele Cariou, the eclectic selection ranges from a classic straight leg, in the form of the Smith Pant, to styles such as the Newel Pant, which has a more tapered silhouette. Women’s, meanwhile, sees the inclusion of both the slim Mita Pant, and the somewhat looser, work-inspired Pierce Pant. Read on for a more detailed breakdown of each style.
Created from a hardwearing, heavyweight denim which has been washed to give it a softer feel and unique character, the Pontiac Pant is another style where the focus is on simplicity. This five pocket style features a classic, straight leg silhouette.
The Smith Pant comes in a classic straight leg, which skews a little towards the looser side of things. Available in an array of hues, from deep indigo to lighter washes, each pair features bartack stitching at vital stress points and subtle Carhartt WIP branding.
The Newel Pant has a looser upper leg, but tapers below the knee. This season, it has been created in both a cotton drill fabric, which is lightweight and robust, and a heavier 13.5oz denim.
W’ Newport Pant
The loosest of the three women’s styles highlighted, the W’ Newport Pant features a relaxed straight fit, with a regular waist and subtle detailing, such as a Carhartt WIP square label adorning the right rear pocket.
Shown here in a washed denim, with subtle whiskering detail, the Klondike Pant is a simple five pocket jean created in a slim, tapered silhouette.