Brand: Palace

Season: Fall/Winter 2018

Key Pieces: Bold looks are everywhere in this strong FW18 drop, including the orange puffa jacket, smiley printed jeans, and dark green shell suit.

Release Date: Friday, 5 October

Buy: Palace

Editor’s Notes: Palace heads to Japan for FW18, with label affiliates Rory Milanes, Lucien Clarke, Blondey McCoy, Juan Saavedra, and Dino Da Silva taking center stage in the Juergen Teller-lensed lookbook.

The group can be seen indulging in all kinds of hi-jinks and traditional Japanese activities. Alongside the key pieces noted up top, the drop features a haul of cozy jackets, shell suits, cargo pants, and sweaters.

Accessory wise, the focus is mainly on side bags. However, the boys are all sporting Oakley sunglasses throughout, AKA the brand to cop if you're still looking to get in on the sports sunglasses trend.

Do you have a favorite piece from the collection? Let us know in the comments.

In other style news, Virgil Abloh enlisted athletes and supermodels to walk in Off-White's SS18 women's show.

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