Palace has teamed up with Barbour for an outerwear and accessories collaboration that nods to the skate brand’s British identity. Classic wax and quilted jackets feature alongside a dog coat and a bucket hat in the six-piece collection.
Ahead of the release, Palace debuted the collection in a playful campaign, shot in a barber shop, which saw skate-team members Lucien Clarke and Danny Brady head in for a trim alongside an immaculately groomed four-legged friend.
Wax jackets arrive in a muted black colourway, with subtle contrast provided through a tartan lining, as well as a large and in-charge camo print, complete with a light grey tartan lining. Quilted puffer-style jackets feature a signature corduroy folded collar, available in a black and light-brown patterned print. Both jackets contain Barbour’s signature stud-closure pockets, perfect for storing everything from shot-gun shells to ciggies.
Palace appears to be bringing it home for Winter 2023, with its latest Barbour collaboration following another distinctly British partnership with Staffordshire-based fine china manufacturer Wedgwood.
The Palace x Barbour collection will be available to shop online and in-store on Friday, October 27.
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