Carhartt WIP x JOURNAL STANDARD Release Furniture Line
A couple of weeks ago, we featured Carhartt WIP’s first ever teaming-up with Converse for a trio of classic Chuck ‘70 trainers. Well, Carhartt WIP has been busy collaborating again, this time with JOURNAL STANDARD to commemorate the Japanese workwear giant’s 20th anniversary. And they’re doing in style with the release of something special. Introducing the Carhartt WIP x JOURNAL STANDARD Furniture Line.
Following the first drop a few weeks ago, an initial capsule collection of reflective tops and sweatpants, Carhartt WIP and JOURNAL STANDARD have broken mould by offering up a houseware collection featuring a selection of chairs, couches and seat cushions, each sporting a typically Carhartt canvas cover in the American brand’s signature brown colourway.
As well as commemorating the 20th anniversary of JOURNAL STANDARD, the collaboration also marks the 10th anniversary of the brand’s Furniture range, with JOURNAL STANDARD Furniture using a heavy dose of American duck fabric in each piece in the range to symbolise Carhartt’s contribution.
The Furniture Line consists of five items in total – the biggest in the collection being the beautiful wooden Smith Sofa and the smallest being the Seat Cushion. There’s also a single Rodez Chair on offer, as well as a Chinon Chair and even a ‘Work Is Over’ Rug.
The Carhartt WIP x JOURNAL STANDARD Furniture Line is available now over in Japan, with prices for the furniture starting from around £48 (¥ 6,800) for the Seat Cushion and rising to around £1,500 (¥ 210,000) for the Smith Sofa. Head over to the JOURNAL STANDARD Website for more details.