Palmes Society Celebrates Tennis With First FW22 Drop

“For Feelings of Tennis, Anywhere.”

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Copenhagen-based label Palmes has returned with the first installment of its Fall/Winter 2022 collection, once again preparing pieces that are designed for both on and off the tennis court. The collection continues the brand’s ethos of “for feelings of tennis, anywhere.”

The first FW22 release mixes graphic pieces inspired by the sport with knitwear, jackets and blazers that share the tennis references. Stand-out graphics include hand drawn-style artwork, a tennis ball nod to McDonalds and the new “Palmes With Pleasure” logo. Elsewhere, caps and rugby shirts feature “Ace, Deuce, Palmes Love” embroidery, while blazers come in a brown tweed and polo shirts sport contrasting colors.

The notes that accompany the collection’s release finish with a note about the brands ethos, declaring, “Time and time again we find ourselves coming to the realization that the only true self that we need to bring onto the court is that which why already are — and not what we think that we should be.”

The Palmes FW22 collection is available now from the brand’s web store and HBX, and due to release at select stockists including Wood Wood in the near future.

In other fashion news, Mfpen recently unveiled its Fall/Winter 2022 collection.

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