Late last week, Palace unveiled a snippet of its forthcoming Spring/Summer 2020 drop out in the lush fields of the British countryside. The UK-based stalwart looks to keep its warm-weather narrative in play with a set of visuals that casts a spotlight on the entire seasonal range. Lensed by noted sharpshooter Lewis Khan in what looks to be a quiet residential neighborhood, long time Palace affiliates Lucien Clarke and Rory Milanes were brought in to front the eclectic offering.
Adhering to a summer-friendly palette of blue, orange, yellow, green, pink and purple with plenty of black and white weaving in and out, the capsule combines a throng of casual menswear codes. As such, a healthy mix of sportswear staples juxtapose fittingly against assertive workwear classics with subtle military nuances imbued here and there. Within the collection stands a collaborative capsule alongside camo print specialists ArkAir on a series of football jerseys, in addition to the “Dreamscape” rave-inspired jacket. Elsewhere, a selection of pieces call attention to Palace’s Triferg logo twisted in a way that sees a snake eerily wrapping itself in and around the signature emblem.