Palace’s Ultimo range, which is essentially their winter capsule, returns for 2018. Not straying far from their playful branding with loud colors from past years, here are some of our picks including knit sweaters, turtle neck pullovers and accessories.
The London skate brand is also known for their hilarious product descriptions that have little to no link to the product itself – we have included those below each product as well.
Peaced Out Knit
Product Description: I HIGHLY RECOMMEND PEACE
BUT DON’T GET INTO IT SO MUCH THAT YOU START TO DODGE SOAP
The Peaced Out Knit, the loudest piece of the collection, comes in a light blue knit design filled with universal symbols of peace and love. Eye-catching Palace branding can also be seen on the front of this zip-up knit sweater.
Product description: UBERS ARE CHEAP
BUT WHY ARE YOU DRIVING ME ROUND IN CIRCLES MATE
Palace likes to play around with their iconic Tri-Ferg logo. This time they put a tasty spin on things, by transforming the pyramid-like logo into a bagel.
Product description: SMILES EVERY TIME MY NAME
IS UP IN CHILLI SAUCE
A simple striped long sleeve top with minimalist branding on the front, this top is a nice addition to your winter essentials. In keeping with their roots as a skate brand, the branding on the front is reminiscent of ’90s skate apparel designs.
Hi Roller Crew
Product description: NEXT DICK TO EMAIL
ME ABOUT LINKEDIN IS A DICK
The skate brand can also get classy with its pieces if they choose to. Take for example this turtleneck pullover. Wear it to your next job interview or your late night skate sesh. Or both.
Space Cadet 1/4 Zip
Product description: JUST GOT A NEW TV
SO PALACE BE SCRIMPING ON THE LENGTHS OF ZIPS
In this sweater, the Palace logo gets Google-fied. The colorful logo against the red and white alternating stripes can be a bit blinding, but all the better to stand out this Christmas with.
Product description: I WOULD RATHER HAVE A LIFE THREATENING NUT ALLERGY THAN GO INTO TOPSHOP
Taking inspiration from a certain mineral water brand, this piece demonstrates Palace’s knack for incorporating its brand into designs in an unexpected ways.
Now That’s What I Call A Palace T-Shirt
Product description: STRAIGHT IN AT NUMBER ONE
IS PALACE AND THIS FARKING T-SHIRT
This tee pays homage to the “Now That’s What I Call Music!” compilation CD series – supposedly the biggest compilation album series in the world. Palace has always referenced the ’90s and nothing screams ’90s like “Now That’s What I Call Music!” – and CDs.
Product description: THANK GOD THE LETTER E AND D
AREN’T ON THE END OF PEAK
MAN WOULD BE IN COLORADO DOING 1080’S
What seems like the matching piece to the PWOPPA Sweat, this beanie actually reminds us of the vintage Denver Nuggets uniform from back in the day.
Product description: 100%
With sidebags becoming a necessity these days, the product description says it all. A simple and timeless piece from the London skate brand.
We Are 1 Sovereign Ring
Product description: DON’T LISTEN TO YOUR DAD
ON THE BREXIT THING
Palace’s jewelry game has been fairly underrated. The brand knows how to play around with gold and always has nice pieces to complement their garments. The We Are 1 Sovereign ring even plays it political by referencing Brexit.
Check out the rest of the Palace Ultimo 2018 collection on the Palace website. The collection is slated to drop on November 23 on the website as well as in stores.
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