Who would have thought that Elton John would get into streetwear? Not us, that's for sure, but Palace has just made it happen.

Together with Bravado, Palace has managed to create a capsule collection celebrating Elton John by reimagining some of his most iconic looks, including his signature tracksuit with "EJ" branding, a selection of printed tees with some of the singer's most recognizable performances, including the one from LA Dodger Stadium in 1975.

Elton John has always been known for his eclectic sense of fashion, but we certainly didn't have him branching into streetwear on our 2022 bingo cards.

"I’m so excited about my forthcoming collaboration with Palace. I’m always looking to the future, but the range brings back some fantastic memories," the singer said about the collection, adding, "It really captures the essence of youth and freedom from my time on the road in the ’70s. I’ve never been a skateboarder but that’s not going to stop me wearing the lot."

Seems like Elton John and I have the same approach when it comes to wearing Palace. Who would've thought!

In the range, there's also a concert-style T-shirt that reads "Elton John x Palace: The Bitch Is Back" across the back, together with the locations of Palace's stores in London, New York, Los Angeles, and Tokyo.

Of course, there's also a skateboard deck. The capsule is rounded off with a deck featuring Elton in a Palace-branded version of the Dodger Stadium look, and is finished off with the skateboard brand's signature tri-ferg logo in blue.

The full collection is launching online and in-store at Palace on Friday, March 11, at 11 a.m. GMT.

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