Arc'teryx x Palace, an innovative vision of outdoor clothing
The Canadian brand Arc'teryx is enjoying a particularly intense year and promises great things for the months to come. Very discreet until now, it is now propelled to the front of the stage and is positioned little by little as an essential brand of the wardrobe of the followers of the utilitarian style. Personalities They themselves have been seduced by the label, like Virgil Abloh who did not hesitate to expose himself with Alpha SV. Jacket at the Louis Vuitton FW20 fashion show.
This rise did not escape the attention of Palace Skateboards who immediately seized the opportunity to work with the Canadian label. Thus, on December 11th, we will be able to revel in the capsule collection Arc'teryx x Palace> which will highlight a range articulated around outdoor clothing.
Arc'teryx x Palace, a striking vision of technical clothing
The Canadian label has finally decided to express its know-how with another entity. As part of its first collaboration, she offered herself the services of Palace to accompany her in the elaboration of a collection articulated around the outdoor theme.
Arc'teryx could not have hoped for a better first collaboration. By associating itself with the skate label, the Canadian brand ensures a worldwide influence. Indeed, Palace has many partnerships to its credit, which positions this brand among the most appreciated in the streetwear industry. The latter has notably distinguished itself with prestigious brands such as The North Face, Salomon and Adidas.
The Arc'Teryx x Palace association keeps all its promises despite a different vision of ready-to-wear. It is precisely this particularity that allows this collection to be so striking. The consortium has revisited the classics of the Arc'Teryx wardrobe, taking care to respect their respective identities.
Arc'Teryx at the service of the Palace label
Faithful to itself, the surmounted brand of Archaeopteryx revisits its classics always with the technicality we know. This exclusive collection consists of the iconic Alpha SV Jacket, an Alpha AR bag, hoodies, t-shirts and pants. A series of accessories will also be available.
The contribution of Palace allows Arc'teryx to surpass itself and explore other methods of making by decorating its classics with unusual colors. This bodes well for what promises to be a very busy future for the Canadian brand. Indeed, the label is following a logical evolution by first taking the time to establish itself as a reference in its field. Today, the brand is going beyond that by associating its know-how with that of other entities.