London-based skateboard shop and clothing brand Palace was established in 2009. From selling selling T-shirts in just a few London stores, Palace has become one of the biggest and baddest streetwear brands in the world.
Not one to play by the rules, Palace continues to release collections that win them legions of fans from the world over.
Likewise, Jeremy Scott, creative director of Moschino, is not one to conform to trends and regulations. His offerings for the Italian house are all about irreverence with tongue-in-cheek vibes.
This special collab — titled Palace Moschino — is the perfect marriage. Seamlessly blending Moschino’s fashion iconoclasm with Palace’s streetwear aesthetic, the collection highlights both brand’s unique humour via printed puffers, shearling jackets, knits and shirting mixed with casual hoodies, monogrammed denim, and a leather milk carton bag.
“Moschino is one of our favourite brands of all time: chic, sexy, innovative and properly funny,” Palace says in an official statement. “Working with them has been a full-blown dream scenario for us and we are still buzzing on it.”
Jeremy Scott adds: “I was happy to collaborate with my long-time pals at Palace to create this collection full of peace, love and hugs.”
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