On the eve of one of the most significant events in UK skate and fashion this year, we take a look at the Palace Skateboards ‘Mid-Season’ offering that is set to drop tomorrow, coinciding with the opening of the brands first ever retail store.
The last few weeks has seen the internet ablaze with rumours and eventually confirmation of Palace’s flagship store opening in London’s Brewer Street of Soho. Following their hugely popular release earlier this season, the skate powerhouse have continued to gather even more momentum and have now unveiled their latest collection which have been showcased in their latest lookbook, once again featuring team rider Blondey McCoy.
Again progressive in design and retrospective in its inspiration, the ‘Mid-Season’ release introduces several new styles including Italian made work pant and chino offerings, track suits, colour blocked Scottish made knitwear, Japanese selvedge denim and premium outerwear pieces that include a wool bomber and over shirts made in the UK. Palace align with their street ready aesthetic with a range of graphic based tees, hoodies and coach jackets, featuring updated renditions of the iconic tri-logo and trailblazers designs, as well as a new headwear drop of caps and bucket hats.
In addition to the latest collection the shop will also be carrying records and skateboards, and will be open everyday from Saturday the 25th of April. The Palace Skateboards ‘Mid-Seaon’ Collection will be available at the brands flagship store from tomorrrow…
26 Brewer St.
Soho, London W1F 0SW