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Palace Skateboards 2014 Spring/Summer Editorial by Man About Town

Palace started as the “Palace Wayward Boys Choir,” an ode to lo-fi, golden age skateboarding through the eyes of London skate rats. The situation looks a bit different for Palace these days, as does their overall presentation, highlighted most recently in a new editorial by Man About Town magazine. The UK-based publication tapped photographer Alasdair McLellan to shoot Palace’s latest range of apparel, which has developed an assortment of cut-and-sew alongside standard T-shirts and hoodies. There’s a certain ironic seriousness about the brand’s preppy oxford shirts and printed button-ups – yet even when the brand pokes at international police departments, it all seems in good fun. Enjoy this look at Palace’s Spring/Summer 2014 offerings, and head here to keep up with Man About Town as their site is redone.

Author: Staff  /  Photographer: Alasdair McLellan  /  Source: Man About Town
Date: Apr 24, 2014  /  Views: 8172
Category: Style  /  Tags: Print, Fashion, Palace, Man about town, Palace skateboards