Renowned for his work across the London club scene throughout the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, Pez became the visual signature of rave and club culture with his works going onto become integral to dance music culture and urban Britain. Initially inspired by Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfont’s seminal book Subway Art, Pez soon became involved in the burgeoning rave scene when he began designing flyers and artworks for major events.
Now, teaming up with Palace, the duo celebrate some of the artist’s most iconic works — including a vibrant flyer design that decorates a head-to-toe denim look — as well T-shirts, hoodies and caps, and a selection of MA-1 bomber jackets featuring an embroidered Palace twist on the ‘Pezman’ character. Take a look at the full Palace x Pez collection above, and watch the accompanying video below.
The full collection drops on October 22 and will be available in-store at PALACE London, NYC, as well as online via the Palace webstore, with a drop in both Japan and China coming the following day.
In other news, check out Dime’s latest cozy FW21 capsule.