CARHARTT WIP RELEASES ISSUE TWO OF WIP MAGAZINE
On the cover of this purple-tinged second issue is STEVE LACY, the 20-year-old musician who went from recording music on his iPhone to earning a Grammy-nomination for his work with the band The Internet. Inside, we speak to Steve overlooking Califor- nia’s Topanga Canyon. We also slide into the DM (Detroit, Mich- igan, that is) for MOODYMANN’s four-day roller skate party with photographer JOSHUA WOODS to capture those who ock from across America to SOUL SKATE.
Additionally, curator and writer KIMBERLY DREW speaks to artist MARTINE SYMS on the eve of her latest exhibition. Dancer- turned-photographer LUIS ALBERTO RODRIGUEZ artfully contorts Carhartt WIP’s famously stiff fabrics. We take you inside the great- est magazine you’ve never heard of – the mid 1960s, Basel-based newspaper, THE VILLAGE CRY.
And nally, to coincide with Carhartt WIP Radio’s 10th birthday, we ask our friends and collaborators: WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF RADIO?
Launched in May of this year, WIP Magazine is a publication by Carhartt Work In Progress. Exploring music, art, fashion and cul- ture through the brand’s unique lens, it calls upon a host of talent- ed collaborators to interpret our work in their own style and re ect the progressive values of Carhartt WIP.
Issue two of WIP Magazine will be available for free in Carhartt WIP stores globally, at carhartt-wip.com and at selected Carhartt WIP retailers.