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Carhartt x Steele Canvas Laundry Cart

carhartt steele canvas laundry cart | the style raconteurIn one of the more unexpected collaborations of the season, Carhartt has teamed up with Steele Canvas Basket on a pair of stylish laundry carts. The laundry carts feature canvas bodies attached to steel frames with leather used on the top edges. To help with portability, the laundry cart also features four roller wheels and two carry handles. Available in black or natural canvas, the laundry carts are available HERE very soon



APC x Carhartt Autumn Winter 2013


The collaborative series from A.P.C. and Carhartt continues with their release for 2013 Autumn Winter that sees a drop of outerwear, basics and accessories. The former brand’s affiliation for clean aesthetics serves as the design direction for the collection with a limited color scheme synonymous with the season, and minimalistic styling save for branding and the collection’s boat icon. Carhartt then lends their quality tailoring in crafting the line that will see an October 18 release.










Carhartt WIP x UDG Island Camouflage Luggage


No longer a traveling solution just for DJs, Carhartt WIP and UDG recently expanded their collaborative luggage collection to include Travel Trolley in Small and Medium, in addition to the Slingbag, and all-time DJ’s favorite, the Slingbag Trolly Deluxe. Now in Carhartt‘s original “Island Camouflage”, each comes sizable compartments as well as copious amount of storage, both inside and out. Made to last in either famously durable duck canvas or polyester cloth, each is resistant to water, dust, dirt, and occasional spilled drinks. Along with the new camo pattern, the collection is still available in black or the traditional Carhartt Brown. Available soon here








Carhartt WIP x Vans Syndicate 2012 Winter Old Skool Camo

While camouflage has seen its fair share of the fashion spotlight over the past few years — having been used across everything from shirts and pants to accessories and shoes — Flecktarn camouflage is one of the lesser-tapped motifs. Said to be designed around the 1930s, the disruptive pattern was originally developed for use in woodland terrain and is traditionally seen in a mixture of three to six-color iterations. Laying claim to the iconic camo, Carhartt has once again aligned with Vans for a special Winter 2012 Old Skool option.

The pair dons the outdoor aesthetic quite well with the majority of the classic silhouette generously enveloped in the green, brown and black. While the disruptive pattern traces its way into the interior across the shoe’s footbed, hits of rich brown leather across the toe cap panel and along the lace vamp are a welcome delineation that effectively breaks apart the shoe’s layers. Metal eyelets, a supple corduroy tongue and threaded boot laces augment the aesthetic and provide a nice completion to the Old Skool.

Carhartt x mastermind JAPAN Zip Sweat Parka


Carhartt and mastermind JAPAN have teamed up once again with great distinction by coming up with this impressive zip sweat parka. The outcome is minimal, with a simple black body featuring the typically astute Carhartt tag on the pocket along with the distinctive mastermind JAPAN skull motif on the chest.

A.P.C. x Carhartt


Since their partnership proved to be so successful, fans will be happy to learn that Carhartt and A.P.C. are returning for the Winter 2011 season. In total there are going to be eight pieces that make up the collection and it ranges from outerwear, t-shirts, pants and even an apron. Without a doubt, the highlight of the collection are the outerwear that makes use of Carhartt’s work wear heritage. Delivery of these pieces will take place on December, 15th at select Carhartt and A.P.C. outlets across the globe.











Vans x Carhartt

This collaboration between Vans and Carhartt proves to be a solid combination, creating a durable version of the Authentic that brings two colour-ups which don’t disappoint.  Attention to detail is always a pleasure to see executed properly and there’s some of that here, taking this collaborative effort to the next level. You’ll find Carharrt branding on the tongue, on the footbed and carefully placed on the heel along with Vans’ classic logo. Flip the Vans tab on the side of the upper and yup, you’ve guessed it, ‘Carhartt’ is placed on the inside. The final touch is an energetic orange on the outsole which adds some serious ‘pop’, a great way to finish things up. These will be dropping at Carharrt stores in January 2011.

A.P.C. x Carhartt Work Jacket

Say what you like on this collaboration… this A.P.C. work canvas jacket takes the Carhartt wears, gives it a refined cut and make it presentable in public. That is what you are buying here – the cut. “Straight cut. Long sleeves with slit. Buttoned cuff. Patch pockets. Single vent. Straight hem. Heavyweight canvas. 100% Cotton.”

The Carhartt Heritage Collection

The Carhartt Heritage line is dedicated to Carhartt’s long history as a reputable workwear brand. The line is made of classic materials and colours to create that authentic vintage look and feel. This effect is made possible by special vintage washings and dyes only available in the Heritage line. All prints are reproductions of original graphics that honor the legacy of Carhartt Inc. workwear. Retro-style details accompanied by a special Heritage hangtag highlight the exceptional character of this line.
A replica of the brand’s first logo, a train car superimposed on a heart – Carhartt, forms the Heritage label and helps to distinguish the Heritage line from the rest of the Carhartt collection. Pants are made from original fabrics and though they are based on Carhartt’s historic work pants, the cut has been reworked to suit the contemporary consumer. Sweaters are made from classic materials and printed with traditional ink for authentic character. Vintage-style yarn sweaters and t-shirts are made from slub yarn; a special yarn produced using traditional methods. The soft, thick nubs of the yarn appear as irregularities in the woven fabric, giving it a distinctive knitted surface and retro impression. A new printing process combined with traditional textile ink re-creates the appearance of vintage prints. This way, prints are fused into the fabric and don’t have the rubbery shine of modern designs. Hems and seams are stitched in time-honored fashion, employing the same patterns and methods used fifty years ago.