Our latest editorial explores the Utility facet of the S/S21 men’s and women’s collections, which features a new, refined hickory stripe that offers a contemporary take on this classic, hardwearing fabric. This motif, which has an understated rigor, has been applied to a crisp cotton canvas base in both white and navy. The silhouettes follow suit, with a focus on clean lines and functional detailing, such as hammer loops and tool pockets.
There is also the inclusion of items in a garment dyed cotton drill fabric, accented by red backtrack stitch detailing – another reference to archetypal work jackets and pants. Tonal stitching and buttons allow for these subtle elements to come to the fore, while each garment is finished with a woven Carhartt WIP square label applied to a single pocket.
These images were shot by Paris-based photographer Marcelo Gomes and styled by Simonez Wolf.