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Brand: Palace

Season: Fall 2019

Key Pieces: When is a Palace-branded silver zoot saver (slide #34), not a useful accessory?

Release Date:  Palace’s first drop of the season arrives August 9 in Europe and North America (11 a.m. BST, 11 a.m. EDT, 8 a.m. PDT) and August 10 in Japan (11 a.m. JST)

Buy: Palace

Editor’s Notes: For fall accessories, Palace have opted for practicality with rucksacks, holdalls, wallets, and sidebags in shades of classic and winter camo, as well as the likes of bottle openers, erasers, whistles, and an afro comb.

Elsewhere, Palace’s references for Fall 2019 spanned some historic works of renaissance art, and contrastingly, obsolete technology like the pre-iPhone status symbol that was the BlackBerry, which is used on keychains and necklaces for a bit of mid–’00s nostalgia.

News & Culture Editor

Berlin-based writer and Rihanna enthusiast.

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