Palace unveils its official lookbook for the Spring 2021 collection and we’ve taken a look at the new pieces that will be released by the London label in just a few days. Check out the first picks from the Palace Spring 2021 collection here.
Some hypebeasts and skaters are probably expecting a wide range of outerwear apparel with Gore-Tex technology from Palace and you certainly won’t be disappointed. The jackets in “camo”, pink, black, and grey, in particular, look quite nice. They have a simple zip, a protective hood, and a large pocket on the left chest. Right next to it, you will find the Palace Tri-Ferg logo.
Palace Spring 2021 Collection
The Palace Spring 2021 collection drops on February 12th at 11:00 GMT/11:00 EST/08:00 PST on palaceskateboards.com.
The big collection “Sunpal” of the global brand with the stripes and the skateboard label will drop in a few minutes at adidas.co.uk/palace. The new collaboration includes sweatshirts, shorts, sleeves and accessories with unique details and co-brandings. Be quick! We expect a pretty big rush. You can find the link to the adidas shop here.
A few days ago, Palace presented the official Fall 2020 collection. But apparently, that wasn’t all the information, as the label has now announced a collab on Twitter with Herzogenaurach-based brand adidas.
In the post, the label only captions the short teaser video with “Sunpal”. Bright blue sea water, sand and a sailing boat named “Sunpal” are shown in the video. Unfortunately, further details about this part are not yet known, except for the release date on August 14th.
In the past few months, adidas and Palace have already released several sneakers. These include the Lucas Puig sneakers and the Palace x adidas Golf. One would therefore suspect that the two partners have another collaborative sneaker in store. We’ll stay tuned for the drop on August 14th at adidas.co.uk/palace and Palace in any case.
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The Spring/Summer 2020 collection from Palace was already a heavy collection. Now, the label from London is releasing the pictures of the upcoming Autumn 2020 collection, and it seems that we will be getting sick clothes with prints once again.
We are looking at the new pieces from Palace and the brand doesn’t seem to cool down for next season as the new collection brings in a lot of heat. Above all, it looks as if the T-shirt collection will be the main focus.
The label plans to release 20 tees throughout the season. We immediately noticed the shirts Parrot Palace-3, Inflator, Tri-Zooted Shakka and Spitfire P-Fire. Furthermore, we can expect funny and ingenious accessories from Palace again. The label will drop an air freshener for the car as well as a bunch of keys that glow in the dark and an egg shape with a Palace pattern.
When Will the First Items from the Palace Autumn 2020 Collection Drop?
Below are some items from the Palace Autumn 2020 collection. The first wave is scheduled to arrive this Friday, August 8th.
Evisu and Palace are going to drop their heavy collection today at 11:00 am. The jacket, hoodies and sweatshirts look sick. We hope most of you are going to be successful.
Palace presents its latest collab with Osaka-based brand Evisu. The collab is in fact a tribute to the London club scene in the late ’90s and early ’00s. In the huge collection, you will find a wide range of apparel. A pocket-filled denim jacket and a stylish bucket hat show the distinct denim handicraft of Evisu.
But this is only a small part of the great collab of Evisu and Palace. In addition to the denim jacket and the bucket hat, there are also hoodies, crew neck sweaters, and shirts available in black, grey, white, and navy blue.
The collection is characterized by its high quality and unique material. So some of you should already have your eye on this collection. Palace and Evisu will publish the entire collection on April 3rd at 12:00 pm via the Palace online store and via the Evisu website.
Original article 20.02.2020
One particular brand has been particularly popular in recent years. We are talking about the London-based brand PALACE Skateboards. The label was launched in 2009 by Lev Tanju. What was once a brand for skaters is now a fashion label for every hypebeast.
But why is PALACE so celebrated? Probably the hype could be discussed at length. What is clear, however, is that the brand with the triangle began 11 years ago with a major trend that the major sporting goods manufacturers are now happy to copy. The retro style is back in fashion. But founder Levent Tanju started it many years ago and has become famous because of it. His 90s and VHS style on his clothes makes every garment a desirable must-have item.
In 2009, however, Lev himself probably could not have guessed that his label would one day be in such demand. You could see his first designs on skateboards he created for some friends. A short time later, he not only wanted to paint skateboards, but also redesign clothes.
PALACE – the New Collection
In total you will find PALACE only four times in the world. Once in London, New York City, Tokyo and Los Angeles. Every Friday morning you can see the latest and hippest PALACE apparel there. The new PALACE collections are particularly popular. When the skater brand introduces new pieces, you can be sure that most of them will be sold out in a short time.
But you don’t have to leave the country for that. At Farfetch you can shop online for the latest and some of the older PALACE collections. In terms of price, the label is increasing its stock considerably compared to other labels. Tees from the latest collection for £150 are not uncommon. Nevertheless, there are always some cheap Tees in the collections. The “Wise Up” Tees in black and white or the “Love Triangle” Tee currently cost £75 at Farfetch.
PALACE in 2020
If you want to make your style complete, you should take a look at the other clothes. At Farfetch you will find other clothes such as hoodies, long sleeves, beanies and bags from PALACE. Those who are still patient should wait until 21 February. PALACE and adidas are publishing another collabo. This time the Herzogenaurach-based company and the cult skate brand from London have chosen a golf-inspired collection.