Pop Trading Company Prepares Second SS21 Release

Featuring a lookbook shot by Hugo Snelooper.

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Amsterdam-based skate label Pop Trading Company has revealed the second release from its Spring/Summer 2021 collection. The latest selection of pieces continues the wider collection’s focus on brand staples, with graphic tees featuring alongside technical outerwear and pieces sporting the Pop logo.

Pops of color in the collection can be seen on bright striped tees and long-sleeves, while other items feature a “Pop Shop Amsterdam” graphic with references to the Dutch city. Elsewhere, the collection features a range of accessories including caps and hats featuring the Pop branding, while shorts come in corduroy and rugby shirts feature a large Pop graphic on the reverse.

Take a look at the second release in the gallery above, with a lookbook shot by Hugo Snelooper at Amsterdam’s only indoor skatepark. The latest capsule is due to drop via the Pop Trading Company web store on February 27.

For more from Amsterdam, Patta recently revealed its SS21 lookbook.

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