The past week saw some big releases, with Supreme‘s first arrival of the season dropping alongside new bits from Gosha Rubchinskiy and Noah. As well as these hyped drops, there have also been strong releases from some of Europe’s finest brands. Amsterdam streetwear brand Patta has returned with a fall/winter collection full of strong outerwear pieces and graphic prints, Berlin-based magazine-turned-brand 032c has restocked one of its most popular pieces and legendary British label Fred Perry has released collaborations with one of the biggest names as well as a young up and comer. Some of the other key releases this week include the hotly anticipated first collection from ARKET, the H&M Group’s latest project, a new drop from Sweden’s Acne Studios and some cold weather gear from Norse Projects.
We’ve rounded up all of the best products that are dropping in Europe, as well as all the information you’ll need for how and where you can pick them up.
Patta 2017 Fall/Winter Collection
Fresh from dropping collaborations with ASICS and music festival Dekmantel, Dutch brand Patta has returned with its collection for 2017 fall/winter. The latest drop is full of versatile outerwear, with padded jackets and a black-on-black logo coat standing out, as well as some strong tracksuiting and graphic heavy sweats. The collection is available now from Patta’s London and Amsterdam stores, with it set to drop at other retailers worldwide in the coming weeks.
032c “Believer” Sweatshirt in Pantone Red
The “Believer” sweatshirt was one of 032c’s first forays into apparel, as the Berlin-based magazine branched out from its publishing origins. Now, the OG 032c piece has been re-released. Coming in “Pantone Red,” the sweatshirt features the magazine’s logo in a tonal shade of red and is made from an extra warm cotton fleece for those bleak Berlin winters. The “Believer” sweat is available now from the 032c web store.
Raf Simons x Fred Perry 2017 Fall/Winter Collection
As the collaboration between Belgian designer Raf Simons and the British label enters its 16th season, the two team up to give Fred Perry archive pieces a minimalist rework. Coming in a color palette of industrial grey and dark blue with flashes of bronze, brass and green, the collection is an affordable drop of staple pieces such as tees, sweatshirts and an updated heavy wool bomber jacket. The first pieces from the collab are available now from the Fred Perry web store.
Size? x adidas Originals “London to Manchester” Pack
The latest stage of Size?‘s ongoing adidas Originals collaboration sees the UK-based footwear retailer channel the journey that football fans make to watch their teams. This collab sees the transport networks of Manchester and London reflected in two new reverse colorways of the Gazelle silhouette, as well as an Indoor Super in yellow and white. The first sneaker in the pack is available now, with the rest dropping week-by-week.
maharishi’s 2017 Fall/Winter Collection
The latest military-inspired drop from British brand maharishi sees the label turn to pastel colors such as “Ghost Blue” and “Desert Khaki.” The collection includes some key pieces of outerwear, as well as pieces featuring intricate Japanese-style embroidery. maharishi’s 2017 fall/winter collection is available now from the brand’s web store.
Acne Studios Face Emoji Collection
Swedish luxury brand Acne Studios has revealed a collection dedicated to its popular face motif. The new capsule features staple pieces such as rugby shirts, hoodies, and long-sleeve T-shirts, and was unveiled with a lookbook shot by legendary photographers Inez and Vinoodh. The latest Face Emoji collection from Acne Studios is available now from the brand’s web store.
Norse Projects GORE-TEX Capsule
Things can get pretty cold in Denmark during the winter, so Copenhagen’s Norse Projects has unveiled a capsule collection of GORE-TEX upgrades to its outerwear range. The pack features the Rokkvi Parka in white, navy and black, which comes with a goose down filling as well as a GORE-TEX membrane, and the Thor Mac, which features the same GORE-TEX membrane and a water-repellant coating. Both coats are available now from the Norse Projects web store.
Blood Brother x Selfridges “Music Matters” Collection
London’s Blood Brother teamed up with the city’s Selfridges retailer on a capsule collection that takes influence from the musical acts that shaped Selfridges’ identity. The collection also aims to raise awareness of the rapidly declining number of live music venues in London and across the UK. One of the key themes throughout the collection is musical history, with pieces that reference early ’90s rave flyers featuring prominently. The collection is available now from Selfridges’ web store and physical location.
Thames x Fred Perry Capsule Collection
London’s golden boy Blondey McCoy unveiled the first collaboration between his Thames brand and Fred Perry a couple of weeks ago, and since then hype has been building over the collection. Featuring everything from sweats and jackets to sneakers and even a headband, the collection also sees Blondey give the brand’s legendary polo shirt a rework. Thames’ Fred Perry collaboration is set to drop on August 25.
ARKET’s Debut Collection
Since the H&M Group’s latest venture was announced earlier this year, buzz has continued to build around ARKET. The new store’s debut collection is finally about to hit stores, with a collection of clean and sharp staple pieces that all sit firmly in the Scandinavian minimalist tradition. ARKET’s first collection will drop online and in store at the London flagship on August 25.