Last week, the much anticipated Superdry + Timothy Everest Sebiro collection launched in Hong Kong.

The event, attended by the most established fashion writers, journalists and bloggers previewed the Country Rebel, San Franciscan, Super Spy and Bank Robber suits as well as the much loved Town Coat.

Superdry’s very own James Holder and contemporary British tailor Timothy Everest joined the event alongside Superdry’s head of international retail operations, Brian Nebozuk, hosted at the Superdry flagship store in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui.

It wasn’t just the public that loved the collection, celebrities including William So, Louis Koo and Edmond Leung turned up to the event wearing pieces from the Sebiro collection.

Want to know more about the Women’s Sebiro collection hitting Hong Kong? Stay tuned!

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If you’re a follower of Superdry on Social Media you may notice that we always have a lot going on, which is why we’ve decided to set up our regular friday feature, The Friday Skive!

We’ll be talking about,what’s been going on in Superdry HQ, what’s been going on in the fashion press both on and offline and all the random bits and pieces we’ve been getting up to!

Get yourself a cuppa, turn on “private browsing”,  scroll down and get involved in the weekly roundup for our first Friday Skive.

This is what’s been going on this week:

The Superdry + Timothy Everest range launched in-stores and on Superdry.com,

A great post on the SDTE collaboration from Anthony at Clothes Make The Man popped up on our twitter feed,

Carl, our social media co-ordinator’s mum made us all cupcakes,

Denim Dee, our in-house denim expert at our Regent st Flagship Store is now on twitter,

ShortList magazine got a cake with a very dashing man in a Timothy Everest suit on it and wrote an amazing piece in their magazine,

Rocket Fuel Coffee has been keeping us awake on those early mornings and late nights,

Lots more student events have been created for the more academically inclined ;) ,

Adam, our global graphic designer wore a shirt!!,

We spoke to Nicky from Westlife on twitter,

models arrived, lenses were at the ready and cameras charged for our SS13 press lookbook photoshoot,

we’ve started thinking about Christmas,

Steph our social media assistant bought a winter wooly hat,

Blogger Jade tweeted a picture of her goodybag and

The Superdry Philippines Facebook page launched!

All in all, we think its been a brilliant week. What do you think? – Join in the conversation over on Facebook or use the #FridaySkive on Twitter.

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We’ve teamed up with celebrity chef and long-time Superdry fan, Jamie Oliver, for his Big Chair Project!

Some of the most famous designer from the fashion, design and art world were asked to customise a Fritz Hansen Ant Chair all in the name of raising awareness of the Better Food Foundation and we were excited to be one of them!

Six chairs from the collection have been picked at random to be part of the BIG lottery – buying a lottery ticket for £5 you’ll be entered into a draw to win the chair of your choice and our “superseat” is one of the six!

Simply go to the big chair website and buy a ticket. All profits raised go directly to the Better Food Foundation. The lottery closes at midnight on the 12th October, so act fast!

To see what else the big chair project are doing, join in the conversation over on their Facebook and Twitter pages.

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Superdry have collaborated with historic English shoemaker, Cheaney & Sons to launch a classic collection of traditional Cheaney brogues with a modern Superdry twist.

Exclusively available in our Flagship Regent St. store and online now (in extremely limited sizes!), each hand-crafted shoe showcases incredible quality and attention to detail, creating fine footwear and timeless classics.

Currently available are the Brogue Boot, Tamar Boot and the Avon Shoe – all made with real leather insoles with a gold leaf labelling. With this amount of detail to the inside of each shoe, we added a similar touch to the outside with heavily burnished toe and heel counters for that suit-ready style.

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