Amsterdam-based label Patta has given a first look at its Fall/Winter 2021 lookbook, taking a look back to the Dutch ’90s hip-hop roots the lame came from. The label’s founders Edson Sabajo and Guillaume ‘Gee’ Schmidt were both heavily involved with this scene, and the “can-do” attitude and belief they had in it drives the FW21 collection from Patta.
Launching the collection, the brand said, “As we step forward, we want to move in solidarity with you. When you got love for all you don’t make enemies. You grow and take those who you know on a road of empowerment, emancipation and expression. Speaking up for what we believe in. Together as a family. For our FW21 season this has not changed.”
These themes are referenced throughout the collection including on graphics and slogans such as “One People, One Earth” and “Got Love For All.” Stand-out items range from printed short-sleeve shirts and matching trousers to Team Patta-branded overshirts and text-heavy cardigans. Another key item is a bright red T-shirt celebrating the label’s Black-owned roots.
The collection will begin releasing on July 23, and will be available from Patta’s web store along with its flagship locations in Amsterdam, Milan and London. Select retailers around the world will release the collection on July 30.
In other fashion news, Satta recently looked to nature for its Spring/Summer 2022 collection.