After dropping a number of teasers — including a string of billboards and an up-close look — Palace and Ralph Lauren have now revealed their full collaboration in a new video lookbook. The collection features a number of “Palace Ralph Lauren” graphics, as well as mixing Ralph Lauren’s classic bear emblem with Palace’s skateboarding heritage.
The Palace-directed video features four skaters from the team: Chewy Cannon, Juan Saavedra, Lucien Clarke and Rory Milanes. The short clip features the same cars — an early 90s Golf Mk2 and a BMW 3 series E30 — as the corduroy trousers and shirts. As well as corduroy trousers with an all-over embroidered car print, stand-out pieces in the collection include patterned shirts, co-branded loafers and a checked jacket featuring the classic Polo logo.
Announcing the collection, Palace described the collaboration as “a dream come true” and added that “there is no brand held in higher esteem than the one and only Polo Ralph Lauren. Palace Ralph Lauren is a timeless collection that represents a love letter from a young London skateboard company to their favorite brand in the universe.”
Take a look at the collection in the video above, with all pieces releasing at Palace’s web store, London and New York stores on November 9, before hitting Japan and Korea a day later.
The collection will also be available from Polo Ralph Lauren stores in Tokyo, Seoul and Paris as well as the Ralph Lauren web store in Europe and the Ralph Lauren app in North America. It will also release at Dover Street Market stores in Tokyo, London, New York and Los Angeles, as well as the COMME des GARÇONS store in Seoul.