Weekend Offender S/S 2015

Weekend Offender S/S 2015

Now in to their 11th year of business, Weekend Offender continues to evolve the brand from their humble beginnings of Merthyr Tydfil Wales. Their focus has always been on quality design, functionality and attention to detail. They carry this forward with their Spring/Summer 2015 collection as they introduce seasonal colour mixes and crafty cuts to their clothing.  The collection of clothing with clean cuts, modern silhouettes takes inspiration from sub-cultures from around the world; under the campaign of “Each season, Every season”.

The shirts they offer each season are always impressive and their new range matches that. A number of different styles will be available, including the classic Gingham, a hybrid polo/shirt and a tropical designed beach look number. The shirts in seasonal checks, floral patterns, sunburst prints and tropical shades are all clean cut with a classic appeal.

Added to the collection of shirts will be t-shirts and polo tops that swan in with bright summer shades and gingham woven fabric collars. All-over florals and jacquard retros also rear their heads with typically Weekend woven fabrics on collars and pockets.

One of the best parts of the SS15 range is their jackets and the detailing that’s gone in to them. The Gilmar bomber at the forefront of their collection will get outfitted with paisley and floral patterns. Four new shades of the Suarez make their introduction while the Destin becomes fully waterproof. The Panama takes its bow, a cool mac for daily wear and a new silver-lined as-yet-unnamed lightweight rain-repellent jacket, that will be revealed in due course.

As Weekend Offender grow they keep their staunch philosophy at its core, with a desire to hone its workmanship and quality. Be sure to look out the the SS15 collection at their flagship Soho store and online from their website.


Text: Professor B