Saturday night saw us showcase our upcoming Spring/Summer 15 collection at London Collections: Men.

LC:M features the best of British fashion talent, with a mixture of both emerging stars & heavy weight heritage brands. We were thrilled to be part of such a huge event for the third time.

For men, our Spring/Summer 15 collection features beach-to-bar hand-drawn Hawaiian prints, preppy pastels & Italiana led style, with denim shorts & signature graphic print t-shirts forming the perfect capsule wardrobes.

Our womenswear features loose layering, with cropped t-shirts in eye catching tie-dye & floral prints to unleash your inner boho style, as well as sequin-adorned tees & exciting new denim styles with embellished pockets.

Over 500 special guests joined us at London’s Ewer Street Arches to preview the collection. Sipping on basil cooler cocktails from our bespoke bar & eating premium pizzas & lobster rolls from a vintage airstream caravan; guests were then invited through to the catwalk space ahead of the show.

Celebrity guests included DJ Mark Ronson, who later took to the decks to kick off the after party, Hollywood star Jesse Metcalfe, MTV presenter Lilah Parsons, Model & British Fashion Council Ambassador David Gandy & social media sensations, Tanya Burr & Jim Chapman, among others.

The show went down a storm, with guests agreeing SS15 is our most progressive collection to date. Afterwards it was time to show our guests what we do second best & the after-party began.

Mark Ronson hit the decks as we danced the night away. Not forgetting our British heritage, we showed the England vs Italy first found World Cup game to partygoers, while they enjoyed Asahi beer.

You can check out our video & read what everyone thought of #SuperdrySS15 over on Twitter. Don’t forget have a look at our pictures from the night over on Instagram too.

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We’ve teamed up with Company Magazine to pick the hottest fashion bloggers of the moment to win the chance to style and star in a Superdry fashion shoot for Company High Street Edit.
With more great enteries this week, we’ve chosen… *drumroll please*… the lovely blogger Julia who blogs over at Stylonylon.

We love Julia’s cool, effortlessly chic style, keen magpie eye and quirky east london posts. Check her our on Facebook and Instagram too for more fashion and lifestyle snaps!

Not a winner this week? Don’t worry, there are still 2 more weeks to go which mean 2 more winners!

Head over to the Company magazine website and post your blog on the forum.

Tweet us using the #‎ForumBloggerOfTheWeek‬ hashtag if you enter!

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A couple of weeks ago we invited Superdry fan Katie Morgason to join us at Superdry HQ for the day to see what it’s like to work behind the scenes of a global fashion brand. Katie shared some of her amazing photos with us from a recent photoshoot and when we invited her to join us at our head office in Cheltenham, she jumped at the chance!

Here’s what she had to say about her day at SDHQ-

“I absolutely loved my day at Superdry! I got to meet so many fun people and see some really cool things behind the scenes! It was so interesting to see how such a massive brand that i’ve admired for so long operates. Seeing all the creative operations and all the processes for the brand was awesome.

“One of my favourite parts of the day was being in the studio and seeing how the photos are taken and processed. I couldn’t believe how many photos were taken for one product. Walking on the new Superdry catwalk was fun too! Watching the photo shoot and interview with Jacob Banks was pretty awesome and i can’t forget the amazing showroom with the beautiful items from the SS14 collection! (i can’t wait to get my hands on that!) While i was at SDHQ i got to shoot for superdry.com and that was such a great experience! It was scary because i wanted to make sure i was getting it right but once i took a couple of photos the scariness wore off and i really enjoyed it! It was an amazing feeling to know that i was talking a photo that would be published on their website! Ania, the model, was awesome so she made it really easy and all the staff around were really encouraging.”

Talking about Superdry’s social media profiles and what tempted her to post on our Facebook wall, Katie told us

“I really like Superdry’s social media profiles because they have a great mix of text and product! I decided to upload my photo onto the Facebook wall as a bit of a long shot. Years ago my fiance and i took a picture with us wearing our leather Superdry boots at Christmas and got some really positive feedback from it. For the photo i posted, i really loved it and thought it really suited the brand. Turns out you guys liked it too!”

As a fashion student, the opportunity for Katie to work with Superdry’s photographers and creatives – to be on the inside looking out – was a big pull:

“I learned a lot from my visit to Superdry. It was really good to see how my the theory of my fashion photography course translated into a ‘real life’ situation. I think the most vital thing i learned while i was there is that working with a really good creative team can make a world of difference. You could tell by all the people involved in the process from producing images, clothing and to social media that the brand produces strong, interesting, dynamic work. My visit to Superdry has really helped my understanding of how a global brand is run.”

We’re glad you had a great day with us Katie. Keep in touch!

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2013 is a landmark year in our calendar as we celebrate Superdry’s ten-year anniversary. In true Superdry fashion we decked out London’s famous landmark Battersea Power Station. Steeped in British history this incredible building provided the perfect backdrop to create an event never to be forgotten. Born from an inspirational trip to Tokyo back in 2003 the brand started from a collection of 5 high-impact graphic tees and in the past 10 years we have grown considerably with collections of up to 2,500 pieces.

The event was held in the awe-inspiring grade 2 listed building, where we treated special guests to an exclusive SS14 catwalk while cool up and coming Brit duo Coves performed a rocking soundtrack. Later the DJ spinned an eclectic mix of tunes which really got the party started. While guests sipped on tasty cocktails including Dark ‘n’ stormy, Apricot Mai Tai and Victorian Tea, alongside champagne and beer. Peckish party-goers were served a selection of festival-style nibbles with a choice of Motherclucker, Engine Hot Dogs and When Mac met Cheese.

Check out more pics from the event on our  Facebook page and read what guests had to say on Twitter by following the hashtag #Superdry10.

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Thursday 11th April 2013 was a big day in the Superdry calendar. not only were we previewing our AW13 collection to the most established Fashion writers, journalists and bloggers in the uk, but we were also getting to launch something big…

And by big we mean The Superdry + Timothy Everest womens sebiro collection!

The biggest names in fashion spent the day in the showroom of  our flagship store on London’s famous Regent Street,  checking out the collection that will be released later in the year.

Our AW13 collection features well-loved and classic Superdry pieces as well as a new grown-up collection of female tailoring that oozes modern, feminine glamour.

Womens denim has had a major overhaul with new wash techniques for jeans, complete with a vibrant palette of animal prints, dip dyes and unique shades of raspberry and winter green, whilst our menswear takes inspiration from the past with a heavy dose of the new. Think retro fairisle knits in crew and roll neck styles, updated with pops of neon yarn and navajo details.

Our standout attraction, and something that put a smile on the faces of the writers from of Vogue, Grazia, Company Magazine, Elle & GQ to name a few, was our Exclusive Social Media Mirror!

Our guests were given the chance to take their photo on the huge interactive, touch screen mirror and share in real time to their social media pages!

Following the successful launch of the tailored collection for men, the evening saw the unveiling of the new Superdry + Timothy Everest Womens Sebiro Collection to a very packed audience. At 6pm sharp the curtains opened to the new pieces from the exclusive collection. The Town Coat, The Country Rebel, The Rock Rebel and The Muse, designed specifically for the modern women. From ‘Rock Chic’ to ‘Country Rebel, it is a trans-seasonal collection of core tailored staples, which echo unequalled atention to detail, super cuts and the finest quality cloths around.

Take a look at what was said over on Twitter with our event hashtag #SDAW13.

Image courtesy of Laura Palmer.

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BBC Radio 1 and Celebrity Juice star, Fearne Cotton was spotted wearing our Tassel Cardigan in London this morning on her way to the BBC radio studios.

Fearne paired her tassel cardigan with a grey dress, hat and sunglasses. You can get her look by paring the Tassel Cardigan with our Vintage Saffron Dress and a Cable Beanie!

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Love Superdry? We’ve been nominated in the Company fashion awards for the best place to spend £150, best jeans under £100 and best fashion retailer!

To enter, head over to the company website here and vote for us – you could be in with the chance to win a £1500 VIP shopping trip in London!

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To mark the thawing of the ice and snow from our ‘big freeze’, we thought we would melt away winter with our take on the new Spring/Summer trends! We have worked very hard on our latest inspirations for you, so we created these outfits which will take you neatly into the new season ahead.

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We all know there is nothing better than comfort, without sacrificing style so we have pieced this great outfit together which includes the Crew Neck sweater, Officer Denim Slim jeans with a Carter Mac Over coat to complete the look. Try rolling up the bottoms for a summer feel…ankles ahoy.

For the women, bright, bold colours, laid back tomboy looks, short shorts, distressed denim, clashing prints and urban sportswear is the ‘now’. A little of everything never done anyone harm so we decided to team a bright coloured tee with a pair of our Cynthia denim mini shorts, Claridges jacket and a pair of Outpost boots for that summer feel good factor.

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