This was first posted on January 30, and updated on February 1

Palace’s Spring 2023 collection has confirmed a couple of things we were already 99% certain of: firstly that the skate label’s list of collaborators is continuing to grow (welcome UGG), and secondly that said collaborations are just as wild as we expected. Shocker.

This is, of course, a good thing, because over the last few years Palace has firmly established itself as the king of collaboration, thanks mostly to the tried and tested ol' “see what sticks” method.

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From C.P. Company and Gucci, to the likes of Harrods and Stella Artois, it seems no brand is off limits when it comes to a Palace link-up.

For Spring 2023 though, the London label is looking to what it knows best, and resuming its long-standing partnership with adidas Originals to revisit the popular Puig Samba silhouette, as well as a trio of matching Firebird tracksuits.

Following a debut release back in 2020 — which saw the collaborative sneaker drop in pink, cream, and white — the two brands are back this spring with three fresh variations.

The trio are set to land as a part of Palace's second spring instalment on February 3, 2023. and will be available via the brand's website, as well in-store.

It's only just February and it's pretty clear Palace is continuing service as normal throughout 2023. We're here for it.

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