Style | , , | May 14, 2019


Last year we saw everyone’s favourite skate label Palace turn a few heads when they collaborated with Polo Ralph Lauren, but now it seems that they’re ready to turn a few more; reports are surfacing that they’re set to collaborate with newly-crowned Italian Serie A champions, Juventus.


The collaboration wouldn’t be the first time a streetwear brand linked up with a football club. French giants Paris Saint Germain collaborated with Jordan and BAPE this season and wore Jordan branded kits for their matches in the Champions League and a lifestyle capsule rounding out the collection.



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It’s also no secret that the iconic British label has an affiliation with Adidas, linking up for a number of collections over the years; some of which featuring football-inspired items, most notably creating two shirts that were inspired by Internazionale Milan and Juventus jerseys from the 1980s.


Word even went as far to say that both Palace and Adidas were teaming up on the Juventus 2019/20 home kit, although these rumours were squashed with Adidas revealing the new kit – which for the first time in 116 years will feature no stripes.



The reports in Italian magazine NSS state that the rumoured lifestyle capsule is set to be released around October this year when their 2019/2020 Champions League campaign begins.


Despite all that, Palace, and Juventus have all yet to confirm or deny the rumours, but all things seem to be pointing in the right direction.


In more style news, we’ve noticed the huge presence of neon sneakers popping up in the fashion world right now so we’ve collected our favourites and the info on where to get them. Check them out here.



Featured image via Palace.