Anwar Carrots is embarking on his latest collaboration.
The streetwear designer and his Carrots brand are joining forces with apparel brand Ebbets Field Flannels and Lids for a collection of apparel and headwear inspired by baseball styles, titled Arlington Heights Carrots.
“Cofounder Lisa Cooper hit me with ideas and concepts she had in mind for Carrots for her new maneuvers with Lids,” Carrots said. “Everything she presented to me was gold, and I was trusting of her ideas, team and process. It’s one of the best collaborations I have done when it comes to team and process, especially seeing how Lids was so open.”
The collection offers styles like varsity jackets, jerseys, hoodies, sweat shorts, hats and other pieces that take inspiration from baseball attire. The clothing features many of Carrots’ signature design codes, such as the brand’s logo and carrot motif.
Carrots highlighted the varsity jacket as one of his favorite styles from the collection. The style is designed in a green and orange color palette and includes both brands’ logos. The collection ranges in price from $44.99 to $250.
“If you’ve been following Carrots these past eight years, you’ll know my first collaborative piece was with Ebbets Field,” Carrots said. “Since I started, I always admired the brand from afar.”
Since launching the brand in 2015, Carrots has embarked on many major collaborations in the fashion world, including K-Swiss, Guess, Champion, Crocs and many others.
The Arlington Heights Carrots collection will be available on Saturday exclusively at a Lids and Carrots pop-up in Los Angeles located at 3408 West Washington Blvd. The collection will then become available on Tuesday on Lids and Ebbets’ websites and at Lids stores.