Carhartt WIP Spring/Summer 2017 Lookbook


 Carhartt's streetwear department have unveiled their latest set of wares for the Spring/Summer 2017, offering up several updated takes on staple workwear silhouettes. Ready for the warner months we see graphic heavy tees and long sleeves, alongside patterned short sleeved shirts. With consideration for those unpredictable days as well the collection takes a strong focus towards light outerwear pieces, which ranges from utility vests to coach jackets, utilising robust yet lightweight materials to combine function and style. 


The Carhartt WIP Spring/Summer 2017 collection is available at the brands physical locations and online store now, as well as select retailers. 



Carhartt WIP Autumn/Winter 2016 Look-Book


 Carhartt WIP recently dropped the visuals for their Autumn/Winter 2016 line, showcasing a diverse selection of apparel, drawing influence from various themes. 

 The in house Work In Progress brand was founded in 1989 with the sole purpose of redesigning and reshaping classic Carhartt looks for modern city life, all while staying true to the core ideals of the brand; quality, comfort and durability.

 This is pretty evident in the latest drop, as the classic pieces are all there however, along with well-known patterns and motifs; they’ve been given modern twists and have been re-imagined for 2016.

 The versatility of the clothing is evident in both the male and female collections this season, as elements from menswear and street-wear come together to showcase the eclectic nature of the brand itself.

 Select pieces are available now at a number of Carhartt WIP retailers as well as their web store.


Brixton Fall 2016 Lookbook


 Brixton have dropped a brand new set of visual to showcase their latest wears for Fall 2016. Again capturing the collection amongst a laid back Southern Californian back drop, the look book perfectly captures the essence of the brand, highlighting their inspirations from various sub-cultures within music, surf, skateboarding and biking. The collection, as always, is diverse and offers a mix of workwear inspired pieces, to more graphic heavy street wear, all the way down to casual loungewear. Their light jacket and shirting options are what really stand out for me, offering laid back, timeless styles in highly wearable colour palettes and minimal branding. Exactly what I'm after.

  Take a look a scroll through the (lengthy) lookbook above and if you like what you see, head over to for more. The Brixton Fall 2016 release will be landing in all good UK retailers shortly. 


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Dickies Life AW16 Lookbook


 Workwear specialist Dickies' European chapter 'Dickies Life'  have unveiled the lookbook for their latest set of wares for Autumn/Winter 2016, reworking a range of popular shapes and key pieces that have served the brand so well over recent times. 

 With Dickies you know you're going to get reasonable pricing, hardwearing quality and timeless style, and this continues in to AW16, with a selection of robust pieces which draw inspiration from workwear and military, translated on to street level. You can find the staple work pants, tees, hoody's and plaid shirts, alongside a variety of jacketing options from light to heavy as well as some more interesting cargo pant designs, overalls, over shirts and coach jackets. The colour palette is understated throughout, again drawing from military themes with hits of khaki and sand, bulked out with simplistic burgundy's, grey's and black.

 Head over to for more info and to shop the latest.

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Blacksmith Store X Ben Davis


 London's Blacksmith Store have linked up with heritage workwear brand Ben Davis on a collaborative work shirt this season. With almost 100 years of experience in producing quality, robust work styles behind them, Ben Davis apply their knowledge to a stealthy all black quarter zip canvas shirt, with a bit of added creative direction from Blacksmith as they apply "The World's strangest community" palm tree graphic as a white back print. Made in the USA, additional features include two breast pockets with subtle Ben Davis Gorrilla logo detailing.

 You can pick up the Blacksmith Store X Ben Davis TWSC 1/4 zip work shirt over on the webstore now.


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Dickies Life Summer 2016 Lookbook


Dickies have unveiled their latest set of visuals, shot around the city of London by James Grant, showcasing the new Summer collection from their style focused 'Life' range.

 As we have seen from other heritage workwear labels in the past, most notably Carhartt with their Work In Progress line, Dickies now look to rework several of the brands iconic workwear silhouettes to cater for the street level European market. Following it's meteoric rise as one of the staple brands in streetwear and skateboarding over recent years, we have seen the brand begin to update their classic designs with a sensibility towards the fashion markets, even collaborating with the likes of Yardsale and Stussy to further grow their presence in the field.

 The Summer 2016 collection from Dickies Life celebrates the brands rich heritage in workwear with solid construction to offer both practicality and functionality in design, but puts more emphasise on shape and material updates for more of a contemporary feel to each piece. Maintaining core styles such as the work pant, torrance jacket, and staples such as sweatshirts and basic tees, the range is really brought to life with bold camo prints and tropical inspired patterns applied to short sleeve shirts and headwear. Additional stand out items include the mesh basketball jersey, denim trucker jacket and the 'D' polo cap. 

The Dickies Life Summer 2016 collection is available now at and select UK stockists. 


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Carhartt WIP SS16 Lookbook

Carhartt's street level 'Work In Progress' imprint have released the visuals to their SS16 collection, which sees the brand update some of their more familiar styles as well as introduce some new seasonal pieces.

While maintaining Carhartt's ethos in robust, durable construction, Carhartt WIP's approach is a lot more accessible and allows the brand to experiment with different influences in their design . For Spring/Summer 2016 we see a lot more sportswear and athletic inspired pieces, with collegiate text featuring on coach jacket styles, rugby shirts, hoodies and sweaters, as well as a two piece tracksuit which includes a track top and bottoms, a far cry from the brands workwear roots. They have made use of various prints throughout, with military inspired camouflage applied to several items and seasonal tropical prints on short-sleeve shirts, as well as updating classic workwear designs and fabrications, such as the denim dungarees and chore jacket styles, which have been reworked with a streetwear sensibility. The collection is rounded off with a concise footwear and accessory range, including sunglasses, slip-on shoes and a fold out chair for those camp-outs.

Carhartt WIP’s SS16 collection is available now at select stockists and Carhartt's webstore.