Back at it once again, Carhartt WIP returns with a brand new collaborative capsule collection. This time around, the workwear imprint has paired up with 2G for their second collaboration. The duo has returned with a follow-up to their range of tees and long-sleeves this year. However, this new collection features a unique range of workwear garments that boast Hajime Sorayama‘s exceptional illustrations.
The collection is packed with style and workwear-inspired designs. The range includes a vibrant version of Carhartt’s classic OG Chore Coat, which is seen in either brown or dark navy. The silhouette features corduroy collars, metal buttons, and reflective strips. The piece features a Sorayama print on the back while featuring “2G” and “Carhartt” co-branding on the upper left chest.
The capsule also features a version of the jacket without the Sorayama print. Elsewhere the two have come together to craft button-up work shirts and a range of headwear options as well. The lineup is capped off by a selection of five-panel caps and beanies, offering a dose of style from head to toe. The collection is undoubtedly unique and eye-catching, the perfect addition for any Fall and Winter upgrades.
Take a closer look at Carhartt WIP and 2G’s 2020 capsule and pick up your favorite pieces now. The range can be found on Kaeru Parco’s website right now. Keep it locked with The Culture Curators and look for more style and streetwear selections coming soon.
Photos via 2G