Palace has finally unveiled the Fall 2020 lookbook, highlighting the key items of the next season.
The lookbook, shot by Angelo Pennetta, is made up of shots of some members of the Palace skate team, such as Lucien Clarke, Kyle Wilson, Charlie Birch, Heitor and Dino Da Silva. This eclectic group of models wears particular garments in line with the street aesthetics of the brand which, for this collection, has decided to range between streetwear, sportswear and technical clothing.
Each piece is characterized by the presence of graphics and logos which, however, this time, leave out the iconic Tri-Ferg to focus on the different variations of the name Palace.
The collection consists of t-shirts, hoodies, pants and hats, each with unique characteristics: the fake fur coat and the bucket hat present the application of the “Lips” print by the artist duo John Dove and Molly White; the bright turquoise sweatshirt, with the word “Rave Digger“, is a clear reference to the Grave Digger monster trucks.
We also see the continuation of the collaboration between Palace and Avirex, which draws a continuous line between the previous and current collections with a 90s leather jacket, one of the key pieces of the lookbook.
The “Espirito Sportif” line also follows, consisting of a cycling top with Palace and Tour de Force writing on the front and Palasonic on the back, characterized by red/orange tones and fruit prints that give it a fresh and youthful appearance.
The appointment with the first Palace drop is set for August 7 at the physical and online stores at 12 pm.
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