The New Palace x Barbour Collab Is Fur'real
Featuring wax jackets, dog coats and bucket hats.
Palace is firmly entering its collaboration era this year, dropping a multitude of new projects with the likes of Chila Burman, Carhartt, McDonald’s and most recently: Wedgewood. Its latest team-up sees the streetwear imprint joining forces with another British heritage brand for a contemporary take-over of the Barbour Bedale Wax Jacket.
With its release dating back to the ’80s, the wax jacket has since become synonymous with the Barbour brand, undergoing a slew of collaborative transformations courtesy of Palm Angels, NOAH and GANNI in recent times. Now, Palace is next to join the line-up, lending its distinctive aesthetic to a series of classic staples.
First up, the Palace Barbour Bedale arrives with an oversized silhouette, corduroy collar and tartan lining, featuring two colorways of digital camo or classic black. Rounding out the design are Palace logo zip pulls, gold embroidery and ribbed wind cuffs.
Next, the Palace Barbour Camo Dom Quilted Jacket boasts the signature diamond quilting alongside a bright orange lining and the same Palace-branded hits, arriving in both camo print and black colorways. Elsewhere, the collaboration includes a Fly Fishing Vest in a nod to Barbour’s longstanding maritime heritage, alongside two bucket hats and a dog coat.
Take a closer look at the pieces above, set for release via Palace and Barbour on October 20.
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