Palace Brings Bulldogs and Paired-Back Graphics for Second Winter 2020 Drop

As well as hoodies, rugby shirts and core logo tees.

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Following on from its Giro d’Italia-themed collaboration with Rapha, London-based label Palace has now confirmed which pieces from its Winter 2020 collection it will be releasing this week. The latest seasonal drop features a range of paired-back and staple pieces for your wardrobe, as well as some more eye-catching items.

Undoubtedly the stand-out piece is the Bulldog jumper, which comes in either off-white or bright pink and features a large picture and Palace logo on the front. Elsewhere, the collection features Palace’s classic pocket logo tee in an array of color options as well as simple hoodies, “Palace London”-branded rugby shirts and a trio of “Pour Don” T-shirts. Rounding out this week’s drop are striped beanies and athletic-style caps featuring the Palace logo.

Take a look through the collection in the gallery above, and head over to the Palace web store from 11AM BST to pick up your pieces.

In other fashion news, here’s the Fall/Winter 2020 collection from The Trilogy Tapes.

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