Palm Angels Collaborates With Suicoke and Sundek

Founded in 2015, Palm Angels is an Italian fashion label influenced by the skateboard culture of Los Angeles. The line of clothing consists of comfortable, deconstructed shapes with unexpected sartorial details palm angels.

Since its launch, the brand has collaborated with numerous brands and artists, including Suicoke and Sundek. Here's a look at some of their recent collaborations:

Inspired by the skate culture of the 1970s, the first collection of Palm Angels featured unisex garments that reflected a preppy feel. The line's designs take American culture and incorporate bold colours and prints

that are both stylish and provocative. Unlike other brands, which have been stale and dreary, Palm Angels creates unique styles that stand out in a crowd. Their bold designs are both eye-catching and daring, but they take a little courage to pull off.

Francesco Ragazzi, an art director at Moncler for over a decade, started Palm Angels as a side project to express himself through his photography. Its upscale aesthetic is a homage to the skate culture of Los Angeles, which Ragazzi has long admired. The label's collection is a mixture of streetwear and haute couture. For instance, the oversized jackets are a perfect example of how to elevate skate culture.

The quality of Palm Angels products is impeccable. Made in Portugal or Italy, the brand uses the finest materials and craftsmanship. Each piece is carefully designed with meticulous attention to detail. Despite its Italian roots, it is worth noting that Palm Angels is not owned by the fashion giant Moncler. Although the brand shares a parent company with Moncler, it is separate and distinct from the latter. In 2016, Francesco Ragazzi launched his label at the former concept store Colette.

Publicado en Beauty en mayo 18 at 07:52
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