With a focus on classic Carhartt WIP pieces executed in new tactile fabrics, New York photographer Joshua Woods spotlights various facets of the brand’s new season collection.
Work-inspired silhouettes feature throughout, but have been executed in a way that seeks to draw attention to their understated qualities – or, in some cases, improve on them. Overdyed fabrics shed new light on triple stitched shoulder construction, a boiler suit appears in a stretch twill, and the classic lumberjack-style overshirt has been tweaked and appears in varying hues of rich tobacco.
Corduroy and moleskin also feature heavily. The palette is mature and complex – composed of brandy and boysenberry – which accents the plush, textured ridges of this season’s corduroy creations and their smoother, but just as tactile counterparts.