Palm Angels' 2018 Spring/Summer Collection Is Peak Tracksuit

Over 60 unique styles.

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Palm Angels founder Francesco Ragazzi has debuted the label’s 2018 spring/summer collection as part of this year’s Milan Fashion Week. Technical performance wear is the theme of the Los Angeles, California-based imprint’s latest assemblage, which is comprised of every tracksuit you can possibly imagine. Playful graphics, bold colors and unconventional design cues make up the range with key pieces spanning synthetic bottoms wrapped in abstract patterns and oversized tops embellished with floral motifs, as well as knitted sweaters fitted with collars that can be worn as face masks.

Peruse all of the looks above and head over to Palm Angels’ official website to learn more. If you haven’t yet already, be sure to check out our current Milan Fashion Week Men’s 2018 coverage.

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