Every Item From Palace's Holiday 2022 Collection

From snow-capped fleeces and “Palace Londinium” crewnecks to spider-web-covered T-shirts and puffer bucket hats.

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Following a football-centric capsule with Umbro and a freshly-minted, Clare Shilland-shot Holiday 2022 lookbook, London streetwear imprint Palace has returned with a start-to-finish look at everything dropping this season.

Between the classic Triferg emblem, the Palace “P” and the brand’s italicized moniker, Palace’s signature branding captivates the entire effort. Landing across top options — including jackets, crewnecks, hoodies, knitwear, button-down shirts and T-shirts — and bottoms alike, the Holiday 2022 collection is just as much a celebration of the British label’s streetwear recognition as it is of the cheerful season.

Explore every item from Palace’s Holiday 2022 collection below.

Jackets

Like previous Palace collections, GORE-TEX plays a key role in jacket constructions for Holiday 2022. This go-around, there’s a selection of padded jackets in myriad colors and patterns, with and without hoods, that are prepped to face more extreme weather conditions. Elsewhere, bulbous puffer jackets arrive in dark tones, and button-up iterations don classic Palace motifs. But the brand has the most fun with its fleeces, which host graphic illustrations of snowcapped mountains, bright stars and frosted branding.

Sweatshirts

This season’s sweatshirts put the label’s classic iconography at the fore. A selection of tufted crewnecks offer a clever “Palace Londinium” illustration front and center, while more simple iterations boast a lone “P” on their front and the Triferg logo on their back. Faux fur hoodies are colorful in green, blue and pink, and additional fleeces take a tactical approach with a bevy of frontal pockets and blended branding down one arm. But overall, the sweatshirts section prioritizes Palace’s classic take on overt branding.

Knitwear/Shirts

In knitwear, Palace offers up two distinct styles for Holiday 2022. First up, the brand reinvents the signature holiday sweater silhouette in green-pink and purple-orange, with comical illustrations of a cat-versus-mouse joust and lettering reading “Palace Meow.” Second, Palace presents a range of fuzzy sweaters with central, gothic branding in purple, red and black. This season, shirts are cold-weather-ready. Button-downs, composed of a Polartec fleece, feature an interior lining and a front chest pocket. Arriving in pastel orange, light blue and black, each iteration receives the classic Palace stamp on its back. Additionally, classic flannel shirts — with red, yellow and white undertones — are blown-up with extra padding for a jacket-like finish.

Longsleeves and T-shirts

In the lighter top categories, longsleeves riff on Panasonic branding with a VHS emblem reading “Very Heavy Shit,” across a slew of muted tones. In T-shirts, all-over spider web motifs encapsulate several standard logo tees, and number of silhouettes feature an x-ray-style image of human hands above the phrase “Working Together To Connect People.” In other iterations, a back graphic sees the Palace “P” riding the bus, a front illustration depicts “Big P,” or “the world’s largest, living London crocodile,” and signature logo work dons female silhouettes inside each “A.”

Bottoms

Most of the collection’s bottoms reference the design styles of previously mentioned jackets, sweatshirts and hoodies, with the intention of offering wearers the ability to create full sets. Among the range, there are track pants with button-up sides, fleece joggers with a legion of zip-up pockets, Polartec sweatpants with sleek branding down one leg and buttoned trousers with fire-breathing dragon illustrations. Closing out the lineup, Palace offers utilitarian cargo pants in green, purple and black.

Hats

In headwear, Palace covers all the bases. Flap caps are winter-ready in several versions of faux fur, and baseball caps let the Palace “P” do the talking. Beanies play a leading part in the hats lineup; three colorways give love to Palace Jeans, several are emblazoned with simple Palace logos and more are covered in more faux fur with boxed branding. Additionally, there’s a slew of Polartec caps that present enlarged branding, and puffer buckets hats make the ideal cold-day statement.

Accessories

The Holiday 2022 collection’s accessories are the cherry on top. Among the explorative range, there are fuzzy car dice emblazoned with all-over “P” branding, gold rings reading “Palace London,” snow globes centering Palace-infused, Roman sculptures, colorful scarves, branded, convenience-store-inspired bags, iconographic socks, stickers and markers. The range also offers some homeware items, including a door mat that reads “SAFE!,” a desk lamp and a Kit-Kat Clock.


The first Holiday 2022 drop is scheduled to arrive on November 25, landing in-store and online in the U.K. at 11 a.m. GMT, online in the EU at 12 p.m. CET, online in the U.S. at 11 a.m. EST/8 a.m. PST, and in-store in New York and L.A. at their respective 11 a.m. timezones. It will then be available in Japan on November 26 in-store and online at 11 a.m. JST, as well as via WeChat at 11 a.m. CST.

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