Palladium Introduces Its Guide to Survive and Revive for Fall/Winter 2021 Collection

By August 4, 2021Fashion News

Innovation meets Ambition.

Bringing its 74-year legacy of innovative footwear to life, Palladium’s FW21 collection honours the brand’s heritage.

In constant pursuit of new and innovative approaches to bringing its heritage silhouettes into the 21st century, Palladium unveils its most ambitious collection yet.

As aforementioned, a key element of its newest season is the Heritage category which reinterprets military-inspired silhouettes using new production techniques, fresh details and future-forward fabrications. Within the Metropolitan category, contemporary culture is emphasized as a key source of inspiration and with its new silhouettes, materials, and technologies, the Urban Utility category addresses the practical and functional needs of the new generation.

A diverse team of creatives from all over the world has been pulled together by Palladium to set the visual narrative for this innovation rich F/W21 collection.
From the likes of French photographer Mathieu Rainaud, Hollie Fernando who acquires a flamboyant use of rich colours to define her creative aesthetic, Cecilia Alvarez-Hevia Arias’ ability to captivate visual dialogue, to Wendy Huynh’s documentary-led portraiture and Julian Burgueno’s dexterity to express themes of versatility and unity.

Split into different categories, this season’s collection represents the brand’s commitment to innovation, as it seeks to equip its customers for a post-pandemic optimistic world, promising to be a strong companion when the world re-opens after a prolonged period of uncertainty.

Within its Heritage category, Palladium presents the Pallatrooper. Palladium’s rich military history is reflected in this new design, recreating the original Pampa boot tread with a patrol boot silhouette and a longer over-the-ankle upper.

Sustainability is a key component of the Metropolitan category. Design and functionality are equal parts in the Re-craft collection and it is inspired by the rich sporting history of Palladium.

Alongside other categories Travel Lite (for the globe-trotters) and Urban Utility (for functional travellers), designed for today’s daring and audacious city explores is the category Revolt. Showcasing styles for those who don’t follow the rules but make them, the Revolt Boot LTH is dubbed the star of the collection, a homage to the glory days of punk-rock, featuring an upper made from black leather and orange details.

FW21 serves as a guide in a world that unravels and leaves behind the uncertainties of the last 18 months.

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