In order to get you ready to cop and up-to-date with all things prep, we've collected everything you need to know about the collection and put it all in one place.
Palace x Polo Ralph Lauren release date & retailers
The collection releases on November 9 at various Palace and Ralph Lauren locations worldwide, as well as through select retailers both in-store and online.
Scroll below for a full list.
London - Palace London - Dover Street Market - 11:00 a.m. GMT
Paris - Ralph Lauren, Ave St. Germain - 11:00 a.m. CET
New York - Palace - Dover Street Market NY - 11:00 a.m. EST
Los Angeles - Dover Street Market LA - 11:00 a.m. PST
Seoul - Polo Ralph Lauren Korea, Garosu - GIL - COMME des GARÇONS Korea, Gangnam - GU - 11:00 a.m. KST
Tokyo - Polo Ralph Lauren Cat Street Shibuya - Palace Store Tokyo - Dover Street Market Ginza - 11:00 a.m. JST
Online - The collection will release on the Polo app at 11 a.m. EST
Palace x Polo Ralph Lauren lookbook
The lookbook features a number of Wild West-themed shots complete with regular Palace models riding around on horses dressed head to toe in Palace x Polo Ralph Lauren. It was shot by British photographer David Sims.
The collection consists of menswear items including tops, pants, outerwear, and accessories.
From the lookbook, we also capture a glimpse of a Palace Bear, as well as a sweater featuring the iconic Polo Bear nailing a kickflip. Patterns and fall-ready colors that provide nods to both Palace and Ralph Lauren’s signature design language are seen throughout the collection.
Palace x Polo Ralph Lauren campaign videos
Palace and Ralph Lauren have released a couple of videos teasing the campaign, featuring familiar Palace faces Chewy Cannon, Lucien Clarke, Rory Milanes, and Juan Saavedra. Watch them both below.
Palace x Polo Ralph Lauren prices
Before the full lineup announcement, pieces from the Palace x Polo Ralph Lauren collection arrived on the Ralph Lauren site, ahead of the collaboration’s official launch on Friday, November 9. Since, Polo has made the prices known via its app. Prices are as follows: Fleece Jacket ($265), Skate Polo Bear Sweater ($475), Fleece Chino ($195), Fleece Jacket ($265), Fleece Backpack ($185), Fleece Hunting Cap ($85), Teddy Bear ($350), Button-Down Shirt ($165), Corduroy Down Jacket ($350), Pieced Rugby ($165), Waffle Pocket Tee ($65), Pajama Top ($295), Formal Slipper ($395), Pajama Pant ($295), Classic Polo Corduroy Cap ($65), Embroidered Corduroy Chino ($195), Embroidered Corduroy Shirt ($165), RL Board ($53).
Browse some screenshots of products on the site below. According to comments on social media, some fans have been able to check out, while others have received error messages. Some products have already been deleted off the Ralph Lauren site, including the skate Polo Bear sweater, which was listed as retailing for £389 (approximately $507).
Palace x Polo Ralph Lauren inspiration
Palace founder Lev Tanju and co-owner Gareth Skewis broke their silence on the upcoming partnership in an exclusive with Business of Fashion.
The duo revealed it was inspired by Polo pieces that Tanju and Skewis have both worn throughout their lives. “It’s the only brand that you can wear to a board meeting, a funeral and go to the football in — and all in the same day,” said Tanju.
The partnership marks another seismic moment for the skate brand, and comes just months after it teamed up with adidas for a groundbreaking collaboration at Wimbledon.
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