Pop Trading Company Continues to Evolve for FW21

As well as introducing collaborative pieces with Brian Lotti.

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Amsterdam label Pop Trading Company has revealed its Fall/Winter 2021 collection, continuing to update its staple styles while also introducing new key pieces. The brand focuses on recurring themes from previous collections, such as striped pieces, headwear and its signature cargo pants, giving each one a new twist.

Other stand-out themes include a new range of knitwear including striped cardigans and zip-up jumpers, stand-out outerwear styles including a black puffa jacket, and the cargo pants, which this season arrive in a ’90s-inspired rinsed denim aesthetic.

Alongside the mainline collection, the FW21 season also incorporates a collaboration with skateboarder-turned-artist Brian Lotti. Pop Trading Company uses two of Lotti’s artworks for the collection, adding them to a T-shirt, dress shirt and skateboard.

Take a look through the lookbook in the gallery above. The FW21 collection from Pop Trading Company is due to release via the label’s web store and at select stockists on August 14.

In other fashion news, C.P. Company recently presented a new anniversary capsule.

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