Credit: Palace / Juergen Teller

I think we’ve found our summer mood.

Off the back of its sellout Polo Ralph Lauren collaboration at the tail end of last year, London-based label Palace Skateboards has revealed its latest collection. Shot by Juergen Teller, the brand has unveiled its Spring/Summer 2019 lookbook ahead of its drop in-stores. Taking to gritty streets and sun-infused backdrops, the incoming collection boasts an extensive range skate looks and more refined pieces.

When it comes to Palace, though its silhouettes remain generally unchanged its knack for unique colour hues and print variations are unparalleled. This season like many gone by, the streetwear label has looked to classic sportswear pieces intertwined with more polished looks for a uniform look to anyone’s taste.

Lightweight outerwear paired with complementing shorts and pants are teeming throughout the line, and give a sense of practicality thanks to large cargo-style pockets and crossbody accessories. Kit essentials such as long-sleeve basics and sweatpants are also included but perhaps to the liking of the slightly refined man, loosely tailored separates are also up for grabs. Key pieces include printed button up shirts, the gold bomber jacket and shorts along with the navy workwear-inspired set.

According to the Palace Instagram, the London brand will launch in-store and online on Friday, May 3rd from 11:00am BST‬ ‪11:00am EDT‬ ‪8:00AM PDT‬. Japan will see a slightly later release in-store and online on Saturday, May 4th from 11:00am JST. Check out the full lookbook below.

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