Book: 313OneLove

Carhartt WIP has collaborated with Berlin-based photographer Marie Staggat on a photobook documenting Detroit's house and techno scene

The Detroit clothing brand Carhartt WIP has collaborated with photographer Marie Staggat on 313OneLove, a photobook about the Motor City’s electronic music scene.

313OneLove includes 170 portraits of respected Detroit techno and house artists such as Moodymann, Juan Atkins, "Mad" Mike Banks, Amp Fiddler, Anthony “Shake” Shakir, Carl Craig, Robert Hood, the Detroit Grand Pubahs, Dez Andrés, Jay Daniel and Mike Huckaby.

Aside from being a tribute to the city’s music scene, 313OneLove is also a charity project that will support Detroit children with aspirations to learn and play music.

The German denim retailer Edwin Faeh set up Carhartt Work in Progress (WIP) in 1996. Beforehand, Carhartt clothing had been difficult to source outside the US. Faeh took elements of the American brand’s original workwear and applied them to garments that appealed to an urban streetwear audience. In the process, he began supporting young talents from underground music and skateboarding scenes.