Following last week’s collaborative “PALASTE” release alongside adidas Originals, London-imprint Palace returns for the third and most extensive instalment of its Fall 2021 collection.
Showcased last month with a lookbook shot by British photographer Will Scarborough, week three comprises head-to-toe 3M-fitted utility pieces in three colorways — including a iery yet somehow arctic-looking camo print — and a trio of open-collared short-sleeved shirts, alongside a Palace-branded cricket bat and ball.
Accompanied by a selection of half-zip Tavern sweatshirts that adorn a three Palace-inspired pub graphics, an assortment of classic graphic T-Shirts with reworked Tri-Fergs, crew neck sweaters with bold branding and sticker-inspired T-Shirts round out this week’s release.
Palace’s week three drop will be available from August 20 in the U.K. and U.S. via the brand’s online webstore and in-store at 11 a.m BST/12:00 p.m. CEST/11.00 a.m. EDT/8:00 a.m. PST respectively, while an August 21 drop is set to follow in Japan both in-store and online, as well as via the Palace WeChat channel.
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