Carhartt WIP’s latest editorial focuses on feather-light denim styles for the summer, featuring imagery from New York captured by photographer D’Andre Williams. 

This part of the collection draws inspiration from the brand’s archival imagery, showcasing clean lines and loose, comfortable silhouettes. The nineties vibe of the American West Coast is also never far away. Essential pieces like the OG Chore Coat and Simple Pant receive a refreshed design in robust black denim with contrasting triple stitching. On the other hand, items like the Women’s OG Michigan Coat are crafted from stonewashed blue denim, resulting in a softer feel and a lightly worn look.

This season also introduces the Alma line, combining lightweight denim with ripstop panels. This innovative take on familiar styles is a nod to two authentic Carhartt WIP fabrics. These iconic items, including a vest, jacket, and pants, are designed with a looser, more relaxed fit. Stonewashed blue and black denim color combinations are complemented by various jersey must-haves in crisp white and light grey tones.