Over All Master Cloth Continues to Make Workwear Like You've Never Seen it Before

Over All Master Cloth Continues to Make Workwear Like You've Never Seen it BeforeAll images via Freshnessmag

Over All Master Cloth (O.A.M.C.) is brand new to the game but is already killing it. A diffusion line of Carhartt WIP, this collection turns classic workwear into polished higher-end designs with luxe fabrics, such as Harris Tweed and Loro Piana. And after a much buzzed-about debut collection, the brand returns with more—a lot more—clothes to choose for its second collection.

The Spring/Summer 2014 collection starts off with tons of outwear jackets, including light bombers tand field coats. Tailored fits, like blazers and pleated trousers, are items you (probbaly) won’t see in other workwear collections. Details go the extra mile, as seen in a color-blocked knit sweater with added perforations. All this and the use of neon and camo should already tell you that these aren’t your old man’s Carhartt gear.

Stockists like Union Los Angeles should start releasing these items soon.

[via Freshnessmag]

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