Bi-monthly online fashion editorial Breaks Magazine have just released their second issue, packed with original high calibre content. Hailing from the UK, it's great to see so much effort go into a project, in this case sourcing fresh subject matter from the biggest brands and artists in the game. Expect well-written articles and reviews of various events and releases, plus interviews with the people behind respected brands and retail stores, including FH favourites Patta and Enclave.
Entries in Patta (15)
FH favourites Patta have recently added their prowess to two famous Converse silhouettes, entitled the First String Pro Leather pack.
Finding inspiration from gardening, both shoes stay true to Patta's ethos of never releasing a project similar to anything they have done before. In addition to having reference to growing and cultivating, gardening also reflects the outdoor nature of Netherlands, something very important to Patta.
With Berlin Fashion Week just around the corner, Firmament (who are based in the city) have teamed up with PATTA on this Soundsystem tee.
Patta have revealed their latest lookbook for Summer '12. The Amsterdamers continue to showcase premium fabrics, a clean design aesthetic and quality construction.
The infamous Patta logo continues to make an appearance on tees and sweats, whilst Pocket tees, crewnecks, tank tops, denim button up shirts, varsity jackets and hoods also appear in the strong collection.
Having seen previous joint efforts between the pairing, including the stores 5th Anniversary tee, we now see a collaboration highlighting the stores recent relocation.
With the release of the Patta Gel Saga on the 23rd of December just around the corner, the Dutch sneaker store have just dropped a couple of tasty caps which complement their Asics collaboration nicely.
Patta are at it again. It seems like Amsterdam's finest can't put a foot wrong when it comes to sneaker collabs, as they continue to impress with this latest example which they have created with Asics.
It's quite an interesting build, featuring suede throughout most of the upper which is combined with both rubberised and perforated leather, as well as pony-hair panels to round off this dope sneaker. No release date as of yet though.
These two make ups for the holiday season are of the Lyte Speed variety and both builds look tight. The first comes in predominantly black nylon with cool grey suede also featuring, burnt yellow is used as a highlight to the white tiger stripes and front section of the outsole to finish it off.