Palace Autumn 2019 Lookbook (UPDATE)

The campaign has now started to pop up in cities like Tokyo.

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UPDATE August 7, 12:00:00 p.m. EST: Palace has begun rolling out advertisements for its Fall/Winter 2019 collection, beginning with mobile billboards spotted in Tokyo. Check out the videos below.

ORIGINAL STORY: After taking a short break in preparation of the colder months ahead, London’s Palace Skateboards has now just unveiled its latest Autumn 2019 offerings in the form of a new lookbook. The skate brand originally teased fans with a few images of what’s in store via its Instagram account as well. We are presented with a slew of transitional pieces that are light enough for the remnants of the summer period while keeping in mind that the seasons will be changing soon. As usual, the designs adopt a tongue-in-cheek approach, especially on the graphics where inconspicuous prints, vibrant colors and interesting fabrics all come into play. Highlights from the range include a new leather jacket that is an evolution from the previous Avirex option released a few seasons ago while a new print which depicts a mythological story takes centre stage on shirts and jeans. Reflective options are also available on outwear pieces and some of the more novel items such as the Chelsea boots get a peculiar update in what appears to be a calf hair rendition.

Check out the range above and look for a portion of the items to release next week following a preview where you will be able to see the pieces in more detail.

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