After years of division and very cross words at the dining table, the UK is finally united on one opinion: that the NHS is unequivocally great. The fashion industry agrees, hence the proliferation of Nye Bevan-repping merch, from Blacksmith’s fundraising cap to Origins Sounds’ NHS scarf. Now, Palace has taken to frontline support too.
Just this morning, the cult skate label announced the release of a brand new collection that’ll channel all profits to NHS Charities Together: an initiative that unites over 230 organisations covering mental health, community outreach, volunteer mobilisation and staff support. Which means a hoody, sweatshirt and T-shirt in a pristine shade of white and do-good blue.
That’s not all. The Palace logo – the now iconic infinite triangle that was especially designed to convey a sense of foreverness – has been repurposed to include the words ‘national health service’. Perhaps the uniform of a recently-opened