Dickies Is Leaning Into Fashion While Staying True to Its Workwear Roots

It’s not exactly news that utility-focused workwear has been embraced by troves of people who admire it for style over function. For the past several years, brands like Carhartt, Dickies and Wrangler have been hanging in the closets of artists, musicians, fashion editors, art directors, influencers and Urban Outfitters shoppers. Never mind that these jumpsuits, carpenter pants, overalls and chore jackets were originally designed for manual labor — something that probably isn’t in the job description of most of the creative coastal elites driving this trend.

A pretty-stylish male friend of mind who works as a graphic designer at an

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