Palace Reveals a Spring 2018 Lookbook Overflowing With '90s Kitsch

The London skate brand once again channels the last great decade
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Palace founder Lev Tanju will glibly describe his brand as a skate company that makes clothes, but if you press him on details he'd admit to an overriding design aesthetic that rarely strays from its designated lane. That lane is the '90s, when bright colors, stonewashed denim and relaxed, baggy silhouettes ruled the streets. Palace once again channels the last great decade with its upcoming Spring 2018 collection, shot through with relaxed-fit leather bombers, intricately patterned knits and color-blocked woven shirts. Snakeskin loafers add a decadent touch to the delightfully gaudy lineup. Scroll through the full lookbook in the gallery below, and expect the Spring 2018 collection to drop February 9th at Palace stores and palaceskateboards.com