Carhartt WIP FW17 Trunk Show

Posted on November 06 2017

Carhartt WIP FW17 Trunk Show

We are pleased to announce the Fall Winter 2017 Carhartt WIP Trunkshow will take place at COVER in Sunway Pyramid. As a guest, you will have an insider opportunity to view upcoming Fall Winter 2017 collection, as well as the ability to pre-order specific pieces.

[ DETAILS ]
This is an RSVP appointment event with limited capacity.

Friday, September 8th, 12.30pm - 9.30pm
Saturday, September 9th, 10.30am - 9.30pm

To attend, please RSVP and schedule an appointment by emailing rsvp@crossoverconceptstore.com with your full name and phone number. For those interested in participating , you will be able to view and pre-order the Fall Winter 2017 collection in-store via catalog. Please call or visit COVER and speak to a sales associate in-store for details.

[ LOCATION ]
ADDRESS : G1.87, Ground Floor Sunway Pyramid, 46150 Petaling Jaya (map)
CONTACT : +603-5622 1667, rsvp@crossoverconceptstore.com 


FW17 Limited Special Gift [SCRIPT DOORMAT]

The limited special gift of Carhartt WIP SCRIPT Doormat will be available upon purchased RM650 of Carhartt products. This is limited gift that will not be for sale.

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FW17 [SPECIAL HIGHLIGHT] Carhartt MODES

CARHARTT WIP continues to bring to Fall/ Winter 2017 more refreshing and exciting collaboration. For the first time CARHARTT WIP teamed up with Tokyo-based creative agency mo’design inc. ,who has been playing an important role in the Japanese streetwear scene for last two decades working closely with influential brands such as Fragment Design, SOPH., Stussy, WTAPS and Goodenough etc, for project conceptualization and product development. CARHARTT MODES collaboration presents new design of classic Carhartt logos reinterpreted with idea of modern hassles and mono-tone visual in black/white. Feature prints like "Maze" (or progress?), "Melting Script”, "Democracy" and "Sleeping Trouble” are strong visual language that speak our mind.