Tag: Palm Angels
Palm Angels has just unveiled its next collaboration with MATE.BIKE, a folding e-bike in gray with black lettering and details.
TEAM WANG x Palm Angels have teamed up to create a capsule collection. Francesco Ragazzi and Jackson Wang fuse music and fashion.
Palm Angels has designed a new collection inspired by fishing and warm weather: ‘Fishing Club’. Available now on their website.
There is no doubt that during the pandemic we have all thought of the thousands of places we would like to be that are not our home. This is the idea behind Francesco Ragazzi’s new collection inspired by Jamaica.
Palm Angels partners with Clarks this season on a collection of reinvented Wallabees. If you’re one of those who has ever worn a pair, you’re sure to love these. If not, maybe it’s time to start wearing them. Or maybe not.
This year Francesco Ragazzi has decided to present his new collection in New York, a change of scenery that has become evident in the forms and references of his FW20 proposal.
Francesco Ragazzi opens the doors of his great vintage wardrobe in which to get lost among University garments, safari looks, tie-dye, Hawaiian shirts and much more. Palm Angels…
The 8 Moncler Palm Angels collection goes on sale today as part of the Moncler Genius 2019 project. Designed by Francesco Ragazzi.
Under Armour has joined forces with Francesco Ragazzi’s brand, Palm Angels, to launch a new clothing collection.
One house, different voices. This is how the Moncler Genius project is defined, which has brought together ten creatives to reimagine the puffer jacket.
A clear approach to a new Palm Angels that, like its “friendly brands”, is forced to redirect its positioning within an increasingly competitive industry – without losing an ounce of its essence.
Moncler Genius has reached its climax. Along with the collaboration of Craig Green and Fragment the one we bring you below was one of the most awaited.
From our point of view, Recovery SS19 is the best Palm Angels season to date.
Ragazzi’s latest collection shown at a former lightbulb factory, could easily be described in three words, bold, rebellious and intimidating.