I want you to think Kurt Cobain, Sunset Boulevard, and glamorous pj's (but as street style). Got the visual? That sums up Palm Angel's Fall/Winter 2022 collection, oozing with the ultimate LA feels of unapologetic dressing and overall chill vibes.

Creative director Francesco Ragazzi reimagines the act of dressing through the lens of California's free-spirited individuals, where everything goes as long as it's your way. Like its FW21 collection, silhouettes take the relaxed scenic route, boasting that easygoing spirit with a dash of glam — you know, Cali at its finest.

Silky pajamas become street style pieces, while slouchy tracksuits become the new business suits. Flashy fur, bold animal prints, and dazzling sequins pose as the collection's noteworthy trims, truly embodying that Hollywood magic.

Of course, no Palm Angels collection is complete with an appearance of its classic logo gracing bralette and tracksuit bands.

The FW22 collection also made its upcoming collaborations loud and clear, especially with Moon Boot.

Following the 8 Moncler Palm Angels collab, the familiar 60s space age-inspired boot boldly struts the runway in a trippy-fused tie-dye print. On the other hand, other knee-high and ankle boots from the collaboration receive the brisk alps-ready fur treatment.

Back in January, we at Highsnobiety had the pleasure of collaborating with the iconic snow boots brand. Now, the Moon Boot is continuing its ascension during fashion's Y2K obsession, racking up partnerships with Chloe and GCDS and rekindling its flame with Palm Angels for its FW22 collection.

Whether you like it or not, Moon Boots are a thing (again) and Palm Angels can confirm it.

After designing its own Vans-esque flame shoe in 2018, Palm Angels also offers first looks at its official Vans collaboration, including cozy fur slippers and SK8 Hi and Low models.

I think the message is pretty clear with Palm Angels' FW22 collection, and Francesco Ragazzi says it best, "laid-back individuality, à la Palm Angels."

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