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‘Tis the season to be jolly, because Palace and Calvin Klein are back, baby!

The duo caused quite the commotion when they debuted their collaboration earlier this year, not least thanks to wild cameos from Willem Dafoe and Joan Collins.

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Well, eight months on and CK1 Palace (as it’s officially titled) is back just in time for the holiday season, with a limited re-stock of select pieces from the SS22 collection, giving fans another chance to cop those co-branded pieces that flew off the e-shelves in almost no time at all.

Typically for Palace, a big restock doesn’t come without its surprises, as the London-based label drops a short film simultaneously in celebration of the release, which stars none other than Uma Thurman, alongside Michael Imperioli, rapper Roddy Ricch, singer Ethel Cain, and the Palace Skate Crew.

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Directed by Palace’s own Lev Tanju and Stuart Hammond, the film is shot between London, New York, Los Angeles, and sunny Blackpool, and takes a surreal spin on the iconic CK brand with Palace’s signature sense of humor and lo-fi tone.

The collection will include men’s and women’s underwear styles, as well as the CK1 Palace Fragrance, all of which will be available in limited quantities from December 9 at Palace London, New York, Los Angeles, and Tokyo stores, as well as online at Palace and Calvin Klein.

Following recent link-ups with Umbro, adidas Y-3, and of course Gucci Vault, CK1 Palace is likely to be the brand’s final moves of 2022. But, then again, if any label is up for giving its fans a surprise, it’s Palace. So we’ll hold tight for now.

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