Palace Skateboards Just Released a New Capsule Collection Through Its Newly Launched Online Store

The capsule collection features tees, hoodies, and crewnecks with 3M and colorful details, as well as art by John Knight.

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In conjunction with the launch of its new website, London-based skate brand Palace has released a new capsule collection. The collection features T-shirts, long-sleeves, hoodies, and crewnecks that sport the brand’s logo in 3M and a selection of bright colors against grey, white, and black backgrounds.

In addition, some of the pieces feature work by elusive London-based artist JK who is known for his varied body of work that covers many mediums and defies notions of stylistic coherence.

Founded in 2010 by Lev Tanju, Palace has enjoyed a quick rise to fame thanks to its VHS skate tapes, grimey hip-hop influences, and hugely successful clothing line. It’s been a successful year for the brand, as it reached new heights with the launch of two successful collaborations with adidas Originals—the first the Skate Copa Jersey and the second a full, 22-piece collection. Check out some pieces from this latest collection below, and then visit the new launched Palace online store to cop. 







[via Hypebeast]

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