Palace Unveils Its Eclectic Winter 2021 Lookbook

Captured by photographer Larissa Hofman.

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London-based label Palace returns this season to unveil the lookbook for its forthcoming Winter 2021 offering, shot by photographer Larissa Hofman.

Showcasing a selection of the capsule’s stand-out pieces, the brand offers a glimpse at its typically-unique twists on classic garments, which include everything from outerwear and knitwear, to tracksuits and utility vests.

Unlike previous lookbooks, Winter 2021 offers little-to-no clues to any forthcoming seasonal collaborations. While Spring 2021’s Frank Lebon shoot hinted at the label’s eventual adidas Originals link-up, this season follows in the same vein as Fall 2021 by keeping things under firmly wraps.

While the particulars are yet to be shared, Winter 2021 certainly has a few stand-out pieces from the off. From a brown and purple duo of zip-up puffer jackets and an electric blue GORE-TEX parka, to denim two-pieces and a playful “Eine Stein” sweater, the collection is as typically varied as ever.

The first drop of Palace’s Winter 2021 collection is set to drop on October 15 in the U.K. and U.S. via the brand’s online webstore and in-store, while an October 16 drop is set to follow in Japan both in-store and online, as well as via the Palace WeChat channel.

In other fashion news, Awake NY has unveiled its pattern-filled FW21 collection.

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