Palace Looks Ahead to Spring With Its Latest Seasonal Lookbook

Featuring a “Duck and Bomb” flight jacket and shearling camo cardigans.

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After ending last year with a camouflage collaboration alongside Crocs, London-based imprint Palace returns for 2022 by unveiling the lookbook for its forthcoming Spring collection.

In typical Palace style, the offering is vast. From a brown leather Flight Jacket with a “Duck and Bomb” cartoon graphic on the reverse and “Palace Goats” embroidrered pieces, to strawberry knits and shearling cardigans, Spring 2022 has almost every eventuality covered.

An eye-catching “Camo” Pertex microdown jacket arrives as one of this season’s hero outerwear pieces, while a warped check shirt and matching bucket hat offer something a little more subtle. Knitted vests are accompanied by faux fur zip-up funnel neck jackets, with Ying Yang knits and badge workwear rounding things out.

Palace’s first Spring 2022 drop is set for both in-store and online releases on February 4, 11 a.m. GMT on the brand’s official webstore, and in Japan on February 5, 11 a.m. JST on the Palace Japan webstore.

In other news, Blondey McCoy has offered up a sneak peek at his upcoming adidas A.B. Gazelle.

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