Dickies has released its FW'19 lookbook showcasing a utilitarian collection along with some new camo releases.
Since its beginnings in 1922, Dickies has transformed itself from a small work overalls company into the biggest supplier of workwear worldwide.
During World War II, the company was called upon to produce millions of uniforms for the United States armed forces.
Fast forward to 2019 and like Carhartt the brand has also become popular in streetwear circles.
A genuine heritage brand, it is Dickies military lineage that sees the brand often come out with contemporary military-inspired and utilitarian garments.
The latest collection for Fall 2019 continues the trend with the brand released releasing workwear and military-inspired favourites showcased in a lookbook shot in Sweden.
Featured in the collection are anoraks, chinos, contemporary cargos and bucket hats along with some camouflage streetwear.
Check out the highlights from the lookbook in the gallery below:
Coinciding with the release, Dickies has also released a series of military-inspired streetwear not featured in the lookbook. Check out the recent additions in the gallery below.
To see more from Dickies Fall Collection head over to Dikies webstore.