Palace has just dropped a brand new lookbook for its Spring 2018 collection, shot by and featuring Juergen Teller. In true Palace style, the collection boasts a lot of color, wild patterning and bold color-blocked pieces dominating throughout.

A selection of pants, outerwear, long-sleeve polos and T-shirts are included in what looks to be a very comprehensive collection promising a little something for everyone.

Highlights include a pair of snakeskin patterned mid-top loafers (slide 12), the wavy Tri-Ferg hoodie (slide 18), and the color-blocked jacket (slide 1).

The refreshingly strong collection is modelled, as always, by an eclectic group of individuals, headed by none other than Blondey McCoy and famed German photographer, Jürgen Teller.

Look for the first drop to arrive on Friday, February 9 at 11 a.m. GMT in Europe and 8 a.m. PST in the United States online and at all Palace shops.

Flip through the entire lookbook above, before heading to Palace’s site via the button below for more information.

Next, check out how Palace poked fun at stereotypical fashion ads for Spring 2018.

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