Adam Kimmel is known for his toned down, utterly masculine design. That's why it's not a strech that his collaborators include Supreme and utilitarian workwear company Carhartt. Although their European WIP collection shows the 157-year-old clothing label knows a thing or two about staying current, this collection allowed the designer to put his own spin on the brand's storied goods. By playing with materials like moleskin, duck canvas, and wardrobe staples like blazers and parkas, Kimmel created outerwear and basics that performed and held up as good as the originals, while having a decidedly more luxurious feel.