Captured in a school in the suburbs of Paris, this week’s F/W22 editorial spotlights items that draw inspiration from Carhartt WIP’s own archival advertising from the 1990s, as well as elements of American casual-wear. The images were shot by the Paris-based photographer Sylvain Sey, with an accompanying video directed by Theodor Guelat, who both interpret the seasonal themes in a playful yet visually rich way.
Featured is the Letterman Jacket in both the men’s and women’s collections, constructed from corduroy with a diamond-quilted lining, and embroidered with collegiate-style graphics. This appears alongside items like the S/S Linograph and W’ S/S Fisheye T-Shirts, which are detailed with a new seasonal motif. In the women’s collection, styles like the W’ Plains and W’ Ella Highneck Liners are robust layering options for Fall/Winter due to their textured pile exteriors and insulating mesh lining. Additionally, the Brandon Pant for men is a new five-pocket denim style this season, characterized by its loose slouchy fit. This facet of the F/W22 collection also includes heavy outerwear like the Doville Jacket for men and women, designed featuring a water-repellent polyester shell and artificial down filling. The selection is rounded out by accessories such as the Cord Bucket Hat and pile-lined Jackson Cap.
DOP: Dario Sbattella | Stylist: Silvia Vinci | Lighting Assistant: Richard Andre
Models: Simon, Fatou, Felix, Leonis
Set Designer: Emmy Mgoma | Hair: Oummy Youssoufa
Executive production: Tarfu Studio