London-based brand Palace is just as ready as you are for the Spring/Summer season, which before you know it has already arrived. But don’t worry, because the British imprint has it all under control and just shared its new lookbook and collection, which combines the brand’s athletic DNA and relaxed, sometimes ravish style.

The 2000s are an endless source of inspiration for everyone, which is why the Palace creative team has decided to travel back in time to get inspired and receive the necessary influences for the creation process of some garments like a series of button-up shirts with ice prints and sunsets reminiscent of old album covers.

From the Y2K aesthetic, we move on to athleisure, or sportswear, to talk about the selection of running and cycling-inspired garments on offer, some of which feature illustrations of inflated balloons accompanied by the inscription “Tour de Force”. Football, a sport loved by many and attracting thousands of fans, also has a strong influence in this line, just look at the sweatshirts with the brand’s four-star emblem and the inscription “Paláce Tecnical”.

Still sporty, but more outdoors-focused, we find the forest camouflage print on various flight suits and paired with ’90s washed jeans, biker t-shirts, crumpled shirts, and corduroy trousers. And yes, corduroy, you know what British summer is like and you know that from time to time you might need either a GORE-TEX windbreaker like the ones in the collection or any of the bucket hats or trucker hats for the sunnier days.

When and where will the first installment of Palace’s Spring/Summer 23 collection be available for purchase? From May 5th, in selected shops and online.

Check out the images below to discover Palace’s Spring/Summer 23 lookbook: