Palladium and Atmos team up on glow-in-the-dark styles.
Heritage boot brand Palladium and Japanese sneaker boutique Atmos illuminate the season with glow-in-the-dark footwear. The four-boot unisex collection gets crafty with Palladium’s Pampa Hi and Baggy silhouettes, applying paint splatters and tie-dye to canvas uppers, while the brand’s signature one-piece molded outsole and logo patch are finished in a rubber that looks translucent in the light and glows in the dark.
Palladium and Married to the Mob team up on styles that drip in ‘tude.
Heritage boot brand Palladium is no stranger to collaborations and the latest is one for the books. Women’s streetwear movement Married to the Mob (MTTM) brings a mash-up of feminine and urban influences to the brand’s iconic Baggy silhouette. “One part young, bright and in-your-face attitude, and one part dark and mysterious edge, this capsule is a great representation of the MOB founders and undeniably sets the path for our consumers to walk and talk in MOB fashion,” says Hommy Diaz, global product line manager for Palladium.
Palladium teams up with Major Lazer; paint flys.
Major Lazer enlisted heritage boot brand Palladium for its music video for the track “Sweat,” featuring Laidback Luke and Miss Dynamite. Filmed in black light and featuring LA-based dance crew The Underground Street Chronicles, the eye-popping video is inspired by organic movement and uses neon paint to artistically represent the song’s namesake. With each beat, neon “sweat” drips from the dancers’ bodies and instruments to fill the frame.
Palladium hires Hommy Diaz as Global Product Line Manager
Iconic boot brand Palladium today announced the appointment of Hommy Diaz as global product line manager. In his new post in Westlake, CA, Diaz will report directly to President Larry Remington and will oversee all aspects of the product creation process. Diaz, whose resume includes stints at DC Shoes and Apple, will play an integral role in developing pricing and product calendars, lending his expertise on creative for new product initiatives and defining seasonal color and material palettes.
The Show: Richard Chai Love and Richard Chai Men’s
The Look: Sporty styles in a soothing palette of watercolor blues and tans made their way down the runway at Lincoln Center this morning. Chai favored halter dresses, skater skirts, printed pants and cotton parkas for the girls, while men’s was a mash-up of Jay Gatsby-esque trousers, button-downs and bucks and utilitarian silhouettes.
The Trimmings: Women wore mid-wedges from Dr Martens, while men marched in Palladium lace ups and Baggy canvas hightops.
Palladium and Undercity reveal the underground world of Las Vegas
Unless you’re a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, traversing through sewers and tunnels is probably not part of your day-to-day life. And if you’re in Las Vegas, it’s one activity that’s definitely not on your to-do list. Heritage boot brand Palladium partnered with renowned exploration duo Undercity (director Andrew Wonder and urban historian Steve Duncan) to put their Waterproof Collection to the test and document the subterranean tunnel system that quietly resides beneath the bustling city of sin.