Patta Updates Basics & Introduces New Pieces for Fall/Winter 2019

Including new tactical pieces.

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Following on from a string of special collaborations — including releases with Dekmantel and Appelsap — Amsterdam-based label Patta has given a first look at its full Fall/Winter 2019 collection. The lookbook spotlights returning pieces, such as new color options for the brand’s basic collection, as well as a range of new items introduced for the first time.

Arguably the stand-out pieces are Patta’s new technical-influenced items, with tactical pants, puffer gilets and puffer jackets all added to the collection. Additionally, Patta is set to drop new headwear, as well as a range of staple pieces covering T-shirts, long-sleeves, hoodies and crewnecks.

Pieces throughout the collection feature Patta’s signature Script logo, as well as two camouflage prints and a number of different graphics. The full collection will release at Patta’s web store and physical locations in Amsterdam and London on August 16.

In related news, Palace recently teased a new Reebok Classics collaboration.

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