An English brand which wears its independence with pride.
The London-based brand Palace was born in 2009 and proceeded to develop in the skateboarding world. Its founder is a certain Lev Tanju. It was meeting the photographer Alasdair McLellan that would give him the idea of founding a brand of his own. Over time, the British label became one of the most recognised names in the domain. In fact, over the past nine years, the label has won over a legion of fans in the four corners of the globe. Palace has a resolutely original style which is highly unconventional and that is what has helped the brand stand out from its nearest rivals. Each drop of new designs is a fully-fledged event in its own right. Customers are prepared to wait outside the stores for hours just to be able to buy a piece from one of the new collections.
The well-thought-out strategy behind Palace.
Thanks to a perfectly orchestrated communication policy, the brand Palace has found its way onto the podium of men's favourite labels. Women, however, have not been left on the wayside. In fact, the Palace style can be found in all categories and global stars like Jay Z and Rihanna are among those who have already adopted it. As well as clothing, men's bags have also proved very successful. The totes, backpacks and small leather goods items are relatable to young British customers with a similar code system. The visual aesthetics are understated, backgrounds are plain and the label's logo features on all the designs.
Men's accessories to put the finishing touch to your outfit.
The brand Palace completes men's outfits with accessories which are recognisable at first glance. Amongst these, it is worth mentioning caps and beanies which are products to which men are particularly attracted, depending on the season.
With its men's clothing and accessories, the trendy brand Palace, which devotes itself to the world of skateboarding, occupies a choice position in the domain of men's fashion. The following pieces have become collector's items: