Palace‘s Summer 2019 season has been off to a good start. Just a few months after the skate brand’s reveal of its newest offerings, Palace also introduced collaborative projects alongside adidas in the form of soccer kits and a trio of sneakers. Now, the sought-after streetwear staple is flexing a bit of its editorial muscle in the latest issue of GRIND magazine.
Palace graces the cover of the Japanese fashion mag with the in-book pictorial shot by Letty Schmiterlow. The label’s team riders Heitor de Silva, Kyle Wilson and shop attendant Gabe Hazell make their cameo here all decked in Palace’s latest garb — wildly-printed short-sleeve button downs, argyle-patterned polo shirts, sporty track ensembles and graphic trousers all make the cut. In some of the selects, we see the squad show up at the British Museum for a historic-inspired spin on its usual street-focused looks.
The latest issue of GRIND featuring Palace comes out June 8th in Japan. You can check the official GRIND website for more info on how and where to buy.
In other streetwear news, a new Supreme box logo tee seen on Chief Keef just surfaced.