Britain’s finest streetwear export Palace returns for spring 2017 with a new lookbook that’s top heavy with soccer influences and nostalgic ’90s bangers.

Modeled by multi-hyphenate creative Blondey McCoy and erstwhile Supreme man Lucien Clarke, the collection is crammed with rave-ready, old-school vibes. A cowboy shirt, branded rugby top and leaf-print pants make up some of the strongest casualwear looks, while the color-blocked waterproof jacket, varsity style bomber and lightweight cagoule will have you set against any nasty April showers.

Undoubtedly, the standout pieces here are the long-sleeve vintage soccer jerseys, which riff off Italian giants Juventus and Inter Milan. We touched on fashion’s obsession with il Bianconeri in this piece last year.

♻️ •SPRING 17 •LAUNCHING FEBRUARY 24TH •LINK DAS LOOKY BOOKY IN BIO👆🏼

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The collection drops at the Palace shop in Soho on February 24. Those not in London can cop the following week at 6 a.m. EST on March 3. As ever, let us know your favorite pieces in the comments below.

Meanwhile, images have leaked of Supreme’s upcoming partnership with Lacoste.

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