Patta Spring/Summer 2018 & Eight Other Key European Drops

As well as releases from Très Bien, Craig Green & Wood Wood.

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Arguably the biggest European drop of the past week was Palace’s collaboration with Reebok Classics, as the two brands teamed up for the first time since 2016. The next seven days is also set to feature a range of strong releases from across Europe, including the Spring/Summer 2018 collection from Amsterdam’s Patta. Elsewhere, new collections from brands including Très Bien and Pop Trading Company are also set to arrive.

Other strong drops include the latest stage in the long-running collaboration between Champion and Copenhagen’s Wood Wood, while London-based designer Craig Green continues his work with Moncler. As always, we’ve compiled a list of this week’s best drops from across Europe as well as everything you need to know to get your hands on them.

A.P.C. Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

The latest collection from Parisian label A.P.C. sees the brand continue to produce high-quality basics and everyday staples. Key pieces in this collection include patterns such as houndstooth and bold checks, as well as velvet sweatshirts, chinos and denim. For Spring/Summer 2018, A.P.C. has also continued its collaboration with Louis W., with the two working on calfskin suede bomber jackets. The full collection is available now from END. and other retailers.

Wood Wood x Champion

Copenhagen-based Wood Wood has continued its ongoing collaboration with Champion with a new athletic-themed capsule. All of the pieces in the collection come featuring emotions normally associated with sports — “Drama,” “Euphoria,” and “Magic” for example — while the capsule’s color palette aligns with the fall-influenced mainline Wood Wood collection. The capsule is available now from the Wood Wood web store.

Très Bien Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

Malmo store-turned-brand Très Bien has continued to rework classic pieces for its Spring/Summer 2018 collection, which includes everything from tailoring to tracksuits. Other key pieces in the drop include a fluorescent yellow leopard-print sweater vest, carpenter pants and graphic T-shirts. The full collection is available now from the Très Bien web store.

Garbstore Spring/Summer 2018 First Drop

Garbstore‘s Spring/Summer 2018 collection is inspired by British heritage, with coalworkers and the National Coal Board of the ’80s influencing the capsule. This influence is clear in pieces such as the “NCB Work Jacket” and a selection of chore coats. Other pieces in the collection include embroidered shirts and slogan sweatshirts. The first installment of the collection is available now from the Garbstore website.

Pop Trading Company Spring/Summer 2018

Amsterdam-based skate label Pop Trading Company has kept it simple for its Spring/Summer 2018 collection. The release features a range of standard skatewar pieces including graphic tees, caps, sweats and hoodies as well as half-zip jackets and a selection of denim pieces. The full collection is available now from Pop Trading Company’s online store.

Craig Green x Moncler Spring/Summer 2018

The new joint collection from British designer Craig Green and Moncler sees the two once-again push the boundaries of outerwear. Technical touches run through the collection, with 3M material-laced constructions, convertible hoods and adaptive elasticated cuffs all featuring. The collection is mainly black, with contrasting flashes of navy, red and white. The full collection is available now from END., with prices ranging from $495 to $1,400 USD.

Patta Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

Dutch streetwear label Patta is returning with a Spring/Summer 2018 collection filled with bold graphics and bright colors. The capsule features the kind of athletic-influenced pieces that the brand has become known for, with tracksuits making up a considerable portion of the collection. Other key pieces include graphic tees and an orange varsity jacket with Patta branding across the collar. The collection is available now from Patta’s web store and locations in Amsterdam and London.

Size? x ASICS GEL-Lyte OG

UK retailer Size? has reunited with ASICS for another Japanese-themed silhouette. Taking inspiration from Edo period ukiyo-e artist Hokusai and his classic Great Wave work, the GEL-Lyte OG comes with water-resistant suede and ripstop panelling. The sneaker’s deep blue colorway references the artistic influence, while pastel pink touches pay tribute to Japan’s cherry blossom. The shoe is Size? available now at , but its limited to just 500 pairs so be quick.

Sneakersnstuff x New Balance 574

Swedish store Sneakersnstuff has continued its collaborative streak by joining in the 30th birthday celebrations of the New Balance 574 silhouette. The sneaker’s colorway takes inspiration from a previous collaboration — 2007’s 577 collab — with green and brown tones featuring on the upper with contrasting pops of neon pink. The collaboration will be available for raffle at Sneakernstuff from February 26.

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