Palace only just wrapped up its Autumn 2019 output, but the London-based brand is already gearing up for the next season. Winter 2019 sees Palace issuing a series of characteristically graphic items, saturated with bright colors, bold graphics and referential prints.
Some comparatively understated goods pepper the new range, with Palace dropping plaid flannel shirts with button-down collars, tonal crewneck sweaters and lined work shirts printed with a thin check pattern. Striped quarter-zip sweaters, corduroy cargo pants and two-tone work pants anchor the more playful items, which range from all-over logo fleece jackets and cozy corduroy cargo jackets (complete with rear print) to puffer vests with heat-sensitive fabrics. Tabloid tees, a blue knitted hoodie and plentiful duck graphics lend lighthearted flair to the selection, with the latter character appearing on jean pockets, branded hoodies and woven sweaters.
Await the arrival of the new gear on Palace’s web store and physical outposts in the coming weeks.
Most recently, news broke that Palace was weighing its options in relation to outside investment.