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Blondey McCoy is the New Face of Palace Ultimo 2016

Blondey McCoy, the 19-year-old skater, designer and artist, is now the model chosen by Palace to present their new collection, Palace Ultimo 2016, due to be released on Friday, 25th November. With photography by Alasdair McLellan, the collection, in line with the Palace’s playful vibe and cool street styling, will be available this Friday, 25th November, at their London store, and online the same day at 00:01 GMT.

Blondey McCoy, the 19-year-old skater, designer and artist, is now the model chosen by Palace to present their new collection, Palace Ultimo 2016, due to be released on Friday, 25th November. With photography by Alasdair McLellan, the collection, in line with the Palace’s playful vibe and cool street styling, will be available this Friday, 25th November, at their London store, and online the same day at 00:01 GMT.

You can expect outerwear; hoodies, sweatshirts, polos and crew necks with multicoloured graphic prints and the Palace logo featuring throughout in many forms, such as a t-shirt featuring a hand reaching to a platter of the brand’s triangular logo and reading ‘A sign of good taste’, referring to the 1993 Ferrero Rocher commercial.

McCoy seems to feel very comfortable with the new Palace designs on.

Shop the collection online from 25th November at 00:01 GMT here.

Meanwhile, check out the lookbook for the full collection below:

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Alex Evans at the Foundry Gallery, Chelsea Quarter: LDF17

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