As we’ve come to expect from the London label, graphics take center stage. Its new “Duck and Bomb” ensemble appears across outerwear, sweatshirts and accessories, while new “PP” and “Palace Goats” motifs also feature heavily. Collaborators this season arrive in the form of Stockwell-based store Brixton Baddest and Vans, who have linked for an apparel capsule and three-piece footwear drop respectively.
Take a look at highlights from the full Spring 2022 collection below.
Outerwear incorporates a wide range of styles and materials this season, with its brown leather graphic-adorned bomber arguably the pick of the bunch. A trio of zip-up Badgework jackets have also been introduced, alongside a variety of GORE-TEX pieces in the form of reversible gilets and Pertex puffer jackets, while a selection of zip-off pieces sees jackets turned into gilets — the perfect transitional garment.
Palace’s Spring 2022 sweatshirts offer everything from eye-catching fleeces to more subtle numbers. A trio of Crew Zip “Pal” jumpers certainly fall into the latter, while “PP” hoodies and multi-coloured patchwork fleeces remain firmly in the former. Pullover hoodies, zipped numbers and classic sweats round out the offering, alongside a myriad of crew jumpers.
This season’s collaborations see Palace introduce projects with Brixton Baddest and Vans. The Baddest link up sees two hoodies and two tees house bold co-branded graphics, with a winter bucket hat rounding things out. For Vans, the duo honed in on its Old Skool silhouette, reimagining it with Palace branding and dousing it in three traditional colorways.
Shirts and Tops
Key shirts from the Spring 2022 season include a multi-pocket design — which arrives in three colorways — and a trio of pieces adorning strawberry graphics. Other stand-outs include zip-up bowling shirts, knitted polos and a duo of spring vests, each of which boasts subtle Palace branding.
Longsleeves and T-shirts
Fact: never has a Palace collection been short of T-shirts. From subtle logo tees and reworked chest branding with a flower twist, to “Pallergies” and a nod to a good year ahead, Spring 2022 is more of what we’ve come to expect from the label. Long-sleeves arrive in the same vein too, with Block Knit and “Chain” decorations taking centre stage.
Trousers in the Spring 2022 collection accompany a number of outerwear pieces to create full head-to-toe looks. This includes zip-off GORE-TEX bottoms, cargo pants and classic joggers.
Palace’s Spring 2022 headwear selection features a number of takes on its various logos, with classic “P” caps and Triferg pieces sitting alongside Pertex bucket hats, five-panel caps and graphic-heavy beanies. Corduory “P” caps also make an appearance, with trucker-style caps equipped with strawberry motifs rounding things out.
Spring 2022 accessories are as unexpected as ever, with a 16-ball pool set accompanied by items like a duck toy, dog bowl, keyrings, badges and stickers, while a battery-powered camouflage torch is arguably the pick of the bunch.
Palace’s Spring 2022 collection will begin releasing both in-store and online on February 4, 11 a.m. GMT on the brand’s official web store, and in Japan on February 5, 11 a.m. JST on the Palace Japan web store, and on the official “Palace_Skateboards” WeChat store February 5, 11 a.m. CST.