Brand: Carhartt WIP

Key Pieces: There's a graphic print for everyone, but our favorites include the fashion editorial shot (slide #1) and automobile (slide #4).

Release Date: October 5

Buy: Compos Mentis

Editor’s Notes: Compos Mentis, a UK-based platform supporting mental health research through creative means, is helping to raise awareness about varied mental conditions with the help of Carhartt WIP.

For the project, Compos Mentis has recruited five notable photographers — Chris Rhodes, Ed Phillips, Maisie Willoughby, Ian K Bird, and Sophie Green — to donate visual works that will be printed across T-shirts gifted by the workwear company. Proceeds will go towards MQ Mental Health.

Those looking to purchase a T-shirt and support the cause can do so on October 5 at a launch event. Peep the address below.

Compos Mentis Old Street Gallery 62 Paul Street London EC2A 4NA

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