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Patta just released its SS20 collection and it's absolute fire

The Dutch streetwear brand is back with another bang

  • Words: Funster | Photos: Menno Kok
  • 7 February 2020

Dutch streetwear brand and purveyor of culture Patta, has just dropped the SS20 range and it's absolute fire. Having dropped the lookbook earlier in the week, the collection has just gone on sale and it won't be around for long.

The new collection builds on the already stellar threads on offer via the brand. There are the usual additions to the basic collection in new colour ways, alongside new items within the sportswear collection featuring graphic tees, long sleeves, hoodies and crewnecks.

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Brand new styles are also coming in hot, with button down shirt & short combinations, rayon shirts, as well as a range of new headwear.

You can expect to see more from them in the upcoming months as they're sure to announce more in their collaboration with Dekmantel Festival, a range that always sells out in seconds and is seen around clubland for years to come.

We spoke to Virgil Chocolaad from Patta last year about what makes the brand so special: "Our brand, Patta, is a brand that likes to bring out quality products, for the people by the people. We like to pay attention to quality because we look at every piece, basically how we would love to see it on ourselves." he said.

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"From there on, it’s not only about the piece, but I think what probably makes it unique is the identity and the image that we try to bring while we make it" and it feels like with this season's vibrant colours and summer-ready shirt and short combos, Patta have struck gold again.

Menno Kok shot this year's lookbook and you can check out some of the styles below and head over to the Patta website for all those essential garms before they sell out.

Funster is Mixmag's Global Brand & Content Editor, follow him on Twitter

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