Take a Look at Palace's Fire New Lookbook for Its 2017 Autumn Drop

Everything from tracksuits to loafers.

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London’s favorite skate brand has returned with a lookbook for its hotly-anticipated 2017 autumn collection. After releasing a teaser on Instagram earlier this week, Palace has now given a full look at the drop. The lookbook, starring skaters Blondey McCoy and Lucien Clarke, shows off the collection’s key pieces including the retro-inspired ‘Palace Club House’ graphic sweats and caps and the ‘Palace Jeans’ denim selection. Other standout pieces in the drop include the brand’s now trademark tracksuits as well as more refined items such as strong shirts and even a pair of bright red loafers.

Palace’s first 2017 autumn drop will be on August 11 at the brand’s London and New York stores. The collection will be on sale from the brand’s web store a week later on August 18.

As well as modelling Palace’s latest drop, Blondey McCoy has also recently opened the doors to his latest exhibition.

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