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Yes, you read that right: Brendan Babenzien's eco-conscious menswear label Noah and New Order have joined forces, creating a capsule collection that reflects the legendary band’s timeless punk Mancunian spirit. Inspired by designer Peter Saville’s alluring record designs for the group, it features ethically made garments and collectable art objects in equal measure. There are brightly printed T-shirts and bars of soap embossed with track titles Truth and Denial; a neon pink torch; a pack of gum that promises the perfect kiss, tote bags, jackets and classic crewnecks that are sleek and ergonomic in design. New Order’s enduring creative vision + Noah’s elevated casualwear = kindred spirits.
Craving a holiday? Yeah, us too. As we wait for the UK’s never-ending Covid restrictions to lift, you can catch some rays by way of Palace’s latest collaboration with legendary LA-based skate shop Lotties, founded in 2016 by Mike Gigilliotti. The capsule collection turns casualwear basics into subversive pieces of art, marrying tongue-in-cheek British humour with quintessential Angelino skate-style. Each piece features Gigilliotti’s hand-drawn illustrations: a basketball vest boasts cutesy flowers and barbed wire, while jackets, jeans, shirts and hoodies are decorated with abrasive drawings of ghouls, demons, punks and flames. And of course, this wouldn’t be a Palace collab without the occasional playful one-liner scribbled across a selection of items – “FARE THEE WELL”, “IT’S A FINE LIFE” and “IT’S PALACE YOU DICKHEAD” to name a few. Enjoy...
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Get Palace Artois down your gullet, and raise a glass to the legendary skate brand’s surprise collaboration with the Reassuringly Expensive beer connoisseurs, dropping 19th February. If you’ve been missing the pub and longing for an ice-cold pint down your local boozer, look no further than this collection of elevated streetwear essentials and connoisseurs home bar accessories. Taking cues from Stella’s rich visual and cultural heritage, the capsule includes matching canvas jackets and pants, swim shorts, towelling hoodies, tees, and even a leather tote bag, chalice, card holder and wallet – all emblazoned with an ingeniously reworked Palace Artois logo. It might be a fair few months until we get to resume happy hour shenanigans (sigh) but until then, might as well dress up for the occasion.
The collection will be available in store at PALACE NYC, LA and Tokyo, Dover Street Market and online at palaceskateboards.com on Friday.
Check out C.P. Company’s fancy new Ventile® series of high-tech jackets based on their most iconic styles
To kick off celebrations for their 50th anniversary this year, C.P. Company has launched the Ventile® line – made from the world’s leading performance fibre – which exemplifies the brand’s knack for pushing the boundaries of how fabric can be reinterpreted and elevated, this time using its coveted La Mille Goggle Jacket and Explorer designs as a foundation.
Spring might well be approaching, but what better way to keep yourself protected from the elements than by indulging in one of C.P.’s high performance outerwear numbers? Ventile® was established during World War II to protect pilots at risk of being stranded in the Atlantic Ocean – so rest assured you can pop to the shops in one of these without checking the weather app!