Like clockwork, as another season rolls in, so does another Palace lookbook.

For me, the beauty of Palace is that it’s a brand which seemingly never sleeps. Whether it’s audaciously planning one of the biggest collaborations of the year or quietly adding to its extensive in-line collection, the grind never stops.

Fresh from a recent link-up with Rapha and Crocs which saw the London streetwear label pay homage to the long-awaited return of the Tour de France Femmes, Palace has revealed the lookbook to its fall 2022 collection, shot by photographer Angelo Penetta.

Typically, the collection is vast, comprising everything from graphic tees and print-heavy shirts, to denim pieces, varsity jackets, and more.

Also in typical Palace style, the lookbook offers a glimpse at some of the collaborations we can expect to see throughout the season, including a reunion with adidas, whom they teamed up with earlier this year for a “Nature” collaboration.

It’s been a busy year for Palace up until now, which is no surprise. After starting the year with collabs with Reebok, Elton John (?!), and Mercedes AMG, the label dropped arguably one of the biggest collections of the year with Calvin Klein.

Fronted by none other than Willem Dafoe and Dame Joan Collins, the sought-after collection was presented with a campaign that also starred the likes of The Pet Shop Boys, Adwoa Aboah, Lola Leon, Precious Lee, and Unknown T, among others.

While Palace’s in-line collections and seasonal lookbooks tend to be a little more subdued, the London label’s penchant for surprises still means there’s likely another big one drop to come later this year.

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