It’s time to bring out the shorts! We’ve got every style you could want for men & women: joggers, chinos, cargo, boardshorts, denim shorts and more. Create relaxed, off-duty style outfits perfect for the beach, city style or just whenever the sun is out. If you’re more likely to be found on the beach during summer, then check out these boardshorts. Perfect for lounging or surfing, they’re printed with our iconic logo on the leg. Make an impression on the sand this season. Denim shorts, a true and extremely versatile classic, are also available in our shorts collection. They’re available in a variety of colours and washes and are perfect for completing your festival look.

We’re launching our #shortstories competition, which gives you the chance to win a pair of Superdry shorts. Just tell us one of your best stories about you and your favourite pair of shorts using #ShortStories and tag us in your post. Get involved over our Twitter and Instagram channels. Terms and conditions apply, click here to find out more.

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It’s time to bring out the shorts! This month it is a celebration of all our styles from our iconic board shorts to our comfy jogger styles.

Our jogger shorts are great for comfortable casual wear. Available in cool greys, classic navy and a variety of reds the style is designed to keep you relaxed and comfy. These shorts are also ideal for summer sports, so grab your favourite pair now for men and women.

Chinos, everyone’s short staple are smarter than the cargo short, and come in a variety of colours and styles. From classic sand to neon coral colours, your chinos will look effortless with a t-shirt or shirt during the warmer evenings. Discover our mens and womens collections.

We love our new shorts collection and so throughout this month we’ll be sharing our style tips and details about our range, as well as sharing some of the best of your #shortstories.

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On Monday, we headed down to the incredible Rush Skate Park to watch the amazing Rebel School Jam Finals.

Rush Skate Park is a unique venue, the biggest indoor skate area in the cotswolds, the awesome atmosphere is matched by the equally jaw dropping design and style. Not only is the skate area enormous it’s also massively diverse. Loaded with grind pipes, bowl ramps, half pipes and even a foam pit to practise those difficult to perfect tricks.

Ross Domanski from Marling School

Best Trick - Ross Domanski from Marling School

There couldn’t be a better venue for an event like Rebel School Jam. Schools from around Gloucestershire (the home of Superdry HQ) have been competing for months with the winner of each heat making it through to the finals. Skateboarders, Inline Skaters, Scooter Freestylists, and BMX Riders from all over the county congregated at the amazing venue to showcase their skills. There were 6 awards for the evening, one for each category, as well as one for Best Tick and a final award for Best Photo.

The talent shown through out the evening was nothing other than incredible; from skateboarding dogs to Alfie Mann the 5 year old scooter freestylist who was showing up some of the older professionals.

Congratulations to all contestants and winners for the evening. The results of the finals were:

Inline Skaters:

1st Place: Cameron Burr from Thomas Keble School

2nd Place: Zac Ellis from Marling School

Skateboarders:

1st Place – Harry Boner from Deer Park School

2nd Place – Sam Lucas from Marling School

Scooter Freestylists:

1st Place:- Spencer Comley from Thomas Keble School

2nd Place: – Josh Humphries from Chipping Camden School

3rd Place: – Alex Trim from Maidenhill School

BMX Riders:

1st Place: Ross Domanski from Marling School

2nd Place – Joe Warner from Thomas Keble School

3rd Place – Harry Brown from Deer Park School

Best Trick:

1st Place: Ross Domanski from Marling School

Best Photo – TBC

Photo’s from the evening:

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June 1st is only a couple of weeks away but it couldn’t come sooner as it see’s the release of Jamie XX’s debut album, ‘In Colour’. We thought it seemed fitting to add his & Romy’s cover of Florence & The Machine. He’s already dropped four tracks from the album and their going down well – so much so, the first date of the album tour sold out in 30 seconds – we’re very jealous to those of you who managed to cop a ticket!

We we’re updating our store playlists and realised that we’d never reposted Flume’s remix of Lorde’s ‘Tennis Court’. It’s a huge remix and totally serves the original track justice – with nearly 24 million plays, Aussie based producer Flume is doing no wrong.

HNNY is back, again! This guy literally cannot stop and we’ve seen three new tracks from him this month alone. ‘Cheer Up, My Brother’ adds some lovely funk hits to the gospel track ‘Farther Along’. HNNY is also set to be releasing an album very shortly and this happens to be the opener.

Further down we’ve got Julio Bashmore’s latest party tricks, ‘Holding On’ & ‘Kong’. Having boomed into the limelight a few years back with the huge ‘Battle For Middle You’ & of course the anthem for 2012, ’Au Seve’, the Bristol born & raised producer knows how to get people moving. Now hailing in London, he’s stepped it up again, especially with ‘Kong’ – our summer playlists are coming along nicely!

I feel like we’ve really been spoilt the last few months as there have been so many diverse releases from the likes of Courtney Barnett, Panda Bear, Roisin Murphy to Lapalux & Mura Masa. Now lets not forget Alabama Shakes new album ‘Sound & Colour’. They have spiced up their sound and it’s good, it’s great! If you’re quick you’ll be able to catch them performing across the globe right now.

Lastly, our friends George Craig & Terry Edwards over at Check On Talent have recently signed two of the freshest bands that the UK has to offer, from the Jamie Campbell Bower- fronted The Darling Buds to the authentic rock’n'rollers Hello Operator … they are definitely our ‘ones to watch’ this summer!

Listen to the full playlist here and don’t miss out on the next update coming next Monday!

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This month we’re launching #shortstories giving you an in-depth look at our shorts as we get excited for summer. Each week we’ll be focusing on a different pair of shorts. Sharing design details, style tips and how you’re wearing yours. This week it’s all about our international short, one of our most popular styles, this year we’ve injected neon colour as well as print styles into the collection.

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In 2003 we created a series of 5 t-shirts for a British store each graphic was drawn by hand. Since then we have grown into an internationally recognisable brand with a cult celebrity following but we’ve still kept the tradition of drawing our logos by hand. With over 500 unique designs in our stable we’re going to be bringing you a series of four hand-drawn designs, one for each week of May.

Like the design? It’s our womens pegasus tee now in store and online.

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This weeks playlist is bursting with new tracks and artists that are dominating the electric sounds of the summer, here are just a few of our favourites.

First up is ‘Firefly’ by Mura Masa – the newest EP from the 18 year old a record of electric perfection that is hard to come by. Complete with the silky sounds of Nao it’s no wonder that this track has had over 300,000 plays on SoundCloud – we can’t wait to see what’s next for him.

Next up is Lion Babe’s ‘Wonder Woman’ featuring a stellar intro from the legendary Annie Mac. The duo, Jillian and Lucas, from New York have been making waves with their songs ‘Treat Me Like Fire’ and ‘Jump High’ which featured Childish Gambino and ‘Wonder Woman’ looks set to kick it up a gear as it is produced by the incredible Pharrell Williams.

Further down this weeks playlist is a light and refreshing track from UK producer Aeble, ‘better by your side’ the fast yet calming electronics are accompanied by laid-back vocals of Tom Aspaul. It is an un-demanding upbeat and feel good track that has us counting down the days to summer.

Towards the end of the playlist is Flako a musician from Chile. His latest work ‘Natureboy’ features an incredibly captivating track ‘With me Now’ it is a mix of electric synths, harmonious vocals and incredible beats that are gently upbeat.

A mix of vibrant sounds and chilled out mixes, this weeks playlist will have you desperate for summer, listen to the full soundtrack here.

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Personalisation is back in our premium lounge!

In December for one week only we launched our personalisation station in our Regent Street Premium Lounge. Here you could have your name, favourite phrase emblazoned on your Superdry Hoodie.

In that week we were overwhelmed by orders from you and even Cat’s The Musical Star, Nicole Scherzinger, wanted in on the action. As soon as the last hoodie was personalised we knew we wanted to bring it back and we wanted it to stay. So now the premium lounge is host to our personalisation station as well as personal shopping and styling.

Our premium lounge is located on the lower ground floor of our Regent Street flagship store, open Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm & Sundays 11:30am-6pm.

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We’re back to the norm this month bringing you Volume 1 of our April #SuperdrySounds Monday update. It’s a wide mix of tracks both new and old that we thought needed sharing.

Over in the UK we were finally given a taste of the summer managing to catch a few rays over the weekend – for that we thought we’d start off our playlist with Sly Johnson’s ‘EVRBDD’ (Everybody Dancin’) released on Parisian label, Heavenly Sweetness. A track that lives up to it’s name and although the sunshine most likely won’t last that long here it’s definitely getting us in the mood.

The end of March saw the release of Portico’s debut album ‘Living Fields’ on Ninja Tune Records. Formerly called Portico Quartet – the quartet is no longer – as Nick Mulvey moved onto release his solo album ‘First Mind’ last year. rebranding ever so slightly to portico the album release was highly anticipated – of course it was, besides re-working the music entirely they’ve got alt–j’s guitarist/vocalist joe newman and jamie woon featuring on most of the tracks.

Track 6 see’s our favourite Polish electronic duo Catz ‘N’ Dogz and their latest release ‘Good Touch’ out on their own label – Pets Recordings. They never fail to disappoint at their shows as their track lists are always impeccable and they clearly have a load of fun. Constantly playing worldwide there’s plenty of opportunities to catch them, find out when they’re near you here.

A little further down we see Fono’s yet to be released ‘Real Joy’ a track that first emerged on Danny Howards BBC Radio 1 show back in January. It caused quite a stir as no track information was provided and everyone wanted it. We’ve since found out that it hails from Brighton based producer Fono and is set for a release in June on Relentless Records. The hype for Fono is still ongoing with his debut track being heavily pushed by the likes of Annie Mac, Dj Zinc, Zane Lowe and Chase & Status. Click here for a longer preview.

a couple tracks down from fono is hnny’s forthcoming release, ’solsidan’. pronounced ‘honey’, the swedish producer already has a strong back-catalog of tracks from the past few years and is incredibly consistent with them – always full of energy and fun, it clearly reflects him as a person (seen here on his Boiler Room set). solsidan samples that of veronica maggio and also elton johns ‘are you ready for love’ to make a beautifully light and summery house track out on Let’s Play House

We thought we’d close of the blog post with the mention of Toro Y Moi. We managed to catch him last week at London’s Oval Space (hosted by RockFeedBack) and it was brilliant – the sound in that venue was spot on, Toro and his band sounded as good as the recordings themselves. We felt like we were at a festival and the crowd responded accordingly. It’s hard to pin Toro Y Moi to a genre as his production varies between one album and the next, that being said he always manages to uphold that definitive ’Toro’ sound.  Toro Y Moi closed their set with ’Say That’ so we thought it be appropriate to do the same.

Listen to the full playlist below and let us know if you there’s a band or DJ you think we should be listening to using #SuperdrySounds.

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Did you see this month’s issue of cosmopolitan? This month the edit pages are a celebration of colour featuring our Superdry Folk Tank in their “gorgeous green” edit. The lightweight top is a new addition this summer channelling boho style it’s ideal for a beach break or simply wear with a pair of cut off denim shorts for a classic summer look.

Discover all our womens tops here. Cosmopolitan is available to buy at good news agents now.

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