Palace Drop the Visuals for Their Winter 2016 Collection


Palace Skateboards have just released the visuals for their cozy 90’s inspired winter 2016 collection, once again centred around team rider Blondey McCoy 

 Palace has built a reputation on bold designs and re-imaging nostalgic looks for a modern audience and this drop is no different. The look-book mainly highlights the outwear offering from the latest release, with the standout pieces including a corduroy work jacket, the knitted patterned jumpers and the puffer jacket, all classic silhouettes which have been re-designed with Palace’s unique brand of “gully chic”.

 Everything in the look-book is due to drop at Palace’s flagship Soho store on the 8th of October and on the 13th online and at selected retailers.  


Palace x adidas Originals Summer 16


 Palace & adidas Originals revive their hugely popular collaborative series this season with a new Summer collection, and it's arguably one of their strongest so far. 

When the first collaboration came about back in 2014 there was no doubt that it was as good as it promised to be, but two or three collections down the line and there was a slight worry in my mind that it could start to go stale, despite all the right ingredients being there. Their latest effort will definitely re-ignite the interest of all the doubters as Palace put their unique twist to one of the most diverse collections to date comprised of a range of classic and more innovative sportswear silhouettes. Alongside the expected chilled tracksuit tops, three stripe bottoms, graphic pullovers and football inspired polo tops, the range is lead by a seamless tonal two piece tracksuit, bearing the iconic tri-ferg logo as a back piece and constructed from a premium soft velour. The collection is rounded off with nice added touches including a matching velour towel and cap, draw-string gym bags and two new tonal suede reworks of the sleek and skate friendly Palace Pro silhouette. 

 The Palace x adidas Originals Summer 16 will be dropping online, in store and at select UK retailers from Saturday the 21st of May. 



Palace Summer 2016 Lookbook


 Palace have dropped the lookbook for their latest set of seasonal wears, once again sticking closely to the brands renowned aesthetic. 

 Having successfully transitioned from London skate rats to fashion royalty, Palace develop their line with new silhouettes as well as reworks of popular styles, with a vibrant colour palette, trippy patterns and bold logo designs ready for the warmer months. The range is pretty diverse, from tees to lightweight outerwear, all the way to light stone wash denim jeans, you can see heavy influence from 90's sportswear throughout the release, as well as some signature tongue-in-cheek reworks of high fashion pieces. Stand out's for us include the white half zip pullover with the blue velour detailing, the 3-D logo sweatshirts and the back-to-basics striped tee's. 

The Palace Summer 2016 collection will be dropping exclusively at the brands London location on April 9th and will be online at from April 13th, good luck!

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Palace Skateboards ‘Mid-Season’ Collection


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…

Palace Skateboards
26 Brewer St.
Soho, London W1F 0SW


Palace Spring/Summer 2015


In one of the most highly anticipated drops of the season, Palace give us a glimpse of what to expect from their Spring/Summer 2015 collection, which also sees the brand re-launch their website for the release.

I’m sure the internet will be going into meltdown when the collection launches tomorrow (Friday 13th of March), although this is mainly down to the hype around the brand, the Spring/Summer release further reiterates why Palace have got to where they are today and is a solid representation of the brands growth. Focusing in on more technical outerwear pieces, the Spring/Summer 2015 collection sees Palace step away from their more graphic based staples and rather concentrates on providing more considered, functional garments that serve for skating just as well as for ‘hitting the pub with your mates’. It’s a far cry from the brands initial t-shirt line, but from its humble beginnings up until now, the brand has continued to maintain their recognisable style.

There is a great mix of outerwear, from lightweight nylon windbreakers to more heavyweight wool bombers, all of which are 100% British made and give consideration to the British ‘summer’. From what we can see from the visuals, the collection is rounded off with some strong graphic based long-sleeves and headwear options, from 5-panels to beanies.

Off the back of their nostalgic sportswear release with Adidas the last year, in which we were beginning to see glimmers of how the brand was planning to develop, we see Palace really step up operations not only through the clothing they produce but as a clothing company. Known for their experimental graphic pieces, they have successfully channeled their creativity into new ventures, in particular cut and sew, offering high quality clothing with a large sportswear influence. As a UK based site its inspiring to see a London skate brand grow and be recognised and widely respected worldwide, simply by doing something they love and supporting those around them. Their latest release continues to bring the brands unique aesthetic that encapsulates British style and fuses it with UK skate influence.

The Palace Spring/Summer 2015 release will be available from the brands web store –, from Friday the 13th of March.

Image source – I-D