Palace Unveils Special Items for Tokyo Store Launch

Featuring graphic hoodies and branded leather accessories.

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Ahead of the launch of its new Tokyo store — which was announced by Jonah Hill — Palace has unveiled a series of new items that will be releasing exclusively at the new location.

The new capsule features pieces referencing the new location, including a Mount Fuji graphic hoodie. Elsewhere, the special release includes “P.A.L.A.C.E” branded leather card holder, luggage tag and passport cover, as well as “Made in Scotland, Designed in London” rainbow knitwear by Pringle of Scotland. Take a look through the full release in the gallery above, and expect it to drop at Palace Tokyo when it opens on November 3.

For more from Palace, refresh your memory of the lookbook for the label’s highly-anticipated Polo Ralph Lauren collaboration.

Palace Tokyo
2F & 3F 5-9-20 Jingumae
Shibuya-ku
150-0001
Tokyo

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