Gucci is pleased to announce another fantastic collaboration. For the Palace Gucci collection, the fashion house and its creative director Alessandro Michele partner with Palace Skateboards and its co-founders Lev Tanju and Gareth Skewis. Palace engages with the Gucci Vault to establish common ground, resulting in the union of the two brands for a unified visual statement.
Palace Gucci Collection
The Palace Gucci collection looks both authentically Italian and audaciously British. Palace transports the Gucci man to the street, where Alessandro Michele sees a place where fashion comes to life and is fulfilled. The execution of varied designs displays a trend that is egalitarian and democratic.
Max Siedentopf photographs and directs the Palace Gucci collection debut campaign. Siedentopf portrays a surreal realm in which recognizable faces from both Palace and Gucci juxtapose with unthinkable exchanges, such as human vs. alien or unreal versus reality.
Palace introduces its first ready-to-wear designs for women with the Palace Gucci line. An all-inclusive assortment includes clothing and accessories. As a symbol, the concept of the brand logo is the topic of discourse. Gucci’s double G is blended with Palace’s Tri-Ferg to define the collection in a novel way.
The Palace Gucci line has reinvented soccer tees, tracksuits, and denim, among other items. The classic Horsebit loafer from Gucci is also available with a Palace “P” charm. Meanwhile, a shearling jacket and a two-piece motorbike suit are magnificent examples of Gucci’s grandeur.
The Palace Gucci collection debuts on October 21, 2022, via Gucci Vault, the brand’s concept store, introduced in September 2021. With pop-up stores in Paris, Milan, Tokyo, Osaka, and Bangkok and takeovers of Palace stores in London, New York, Los Angeles, and Tokyo, the Gucci Vault will take physical form.