Ladri di Patta is a short film to mark the one year anniversary of the opening of their Milan store.
Inspired by the neorealist Italian classic, Ladri di Biciclette, released in 1948, the mini movie was directed by Victor D. Ponten. Speaking on the film, Ponten said, “with Ladri di Patta I’ve combined Italian neorealism with streetwear aesthetics to tell a story about a boy, his father and a new pair of sneakers.” With a runtime of 6 minutes and thirteen seconds, Ladri di Patta is pleasing to watch.
Patta is elite. When it comes to perfect clothing construction, it doesn’t get much better. Founded in Amsterdam in 2004, the brand’s history boasts collaborations with Clarks, Air Jordan and Converse. Plus three stand alone stores located around the world, including London and Amsterdam.
Check out the film above and head to the Patta site for some retail therapy.