Palace has continued the rollout of its Spring 2021 collection by revealing this season’s T-shirts, longsleeves and polos. As is expected from the London-label, a stand-out feature of the new collection is the tongue-in-cheek graphics used throughout.
Standout graphic pieces include items declaring “Jesus Saves (and Spends it on Palace),” “Bun in the U.S.A.” and a take on the Gatorade logo describing Palace as a “Garment Quencher.” Elsewhere, the collection introduces the “Infinity” logo, while numerous takes on the brand’s Triferg logo feature on a wide range of colorways.
Alongside the graphic and basic tees, Spring 2021 also includes a series of long-sleeve rugby shirts. Each of these is finished with Palace’s logo reworked into a rose, possibly a reference to the England rugby crest. The sporting influence continues to a range of “Palasonic” football jerseys, which are finished with the Romulus and Remus crest used by Rome. Lastly, this season’s collaborations with adidas Originals and Alice Cooper are also referenced on T-shirts.
Palace’s Spring 2021 collection will drop on its web store and U.S. locations on February 12 at 11 a.m GMT/11:00am EST/8:00AM PST respectively. The label is also launching a new European site at 12PM CET on February 12, and the collection will then arrive in-store and online in Japan and via WeChat in China on February 13.
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