Over the past few years, Weekend Offender has come to the fore-front of mens designer fashion in the UK, European and world-wide designer clothing markets.
The Weekend Offender label was set up in 2004 by a creative duo comprising of Sam Jones and Rydian Powell. With vast experience inside the industry, established clothing store owner and agent Sam Jones, together with Rhydian Powell, a graphic designer set apart with his keen eye to fashion -prominent and individual garments, have created visually arresting clothing for like minded people.
The Weekend Offender collection presents innovative collections to an ever escalating following, synonymous ever increasing their brand profile and presence within the fashion arena.
The designs are a culmination of cleverness, quirkiness and vibrancy. Inspiration has deviated from a range of subcultures, such as terrace casuals and the acid house scene. Music, film and fun are strong sources of influence which resonate throughout the product lines.
The brand ethos states that Weekend Offenders can be anyone and so the designs and the brand continue to evolve and advance with these individual elements in mind.
The two unique yet complimentary collections comprise of Weekend Offender and Weekend Offender Category A. This menswear ranges are described below:
Weekend Offender Collection – The Weekend Offender collection, which encompasses the prison logo is seen across the world as the height of fashion, and is a must have item in every mans wardrobe. This collection includes Weekend Offender T Shirts, Weekend Offender Hoodies, and Sweatshirts, Weekend Offender Polo Shirts, men’s jackets, across a whole range of colours and styles.
Weekend Offender Category A Collection – The Category A collection is instantly recognizable by the Category A badge branding on each piece of the collection. This logo is the brands first ever premium collection. This collection includes hoodies, Weekend Offender polo shirts and T-Shirts, Weekend Offender Shirts, Weekend Offender T-Shirts and more. It’s extremely refined styling that includes beautifully crafted jumpers and materials.
Available from autumn/winter 2012, the line includes subtle branding and high quality fabrications, with the aim of opening new retail doors and attracting a more mature customer base.
Key pieces in the 30-piece collection include trend led statement designs such as the printed t-shirts, hoodies and the limited edition Weekend Offender Naz jacket as worn by Liam Gallagher
The Weekend Offender and Category A collection is available online at Infinities Menswear, with prices ranging from £29 for t-shirts, £22 for polo shirts, £64 for sweatshirt and £79 to £149 for outerwear.
Weekend Offender also sponsor Kerry Hope will go head to head with Darren Barker on December 8th at the Olympia ,London in a battle of the former European Middlewight Champions.
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The Weekend Offender sale section provides our customers with end of season items at reduced prices. These items are regularly updated, making the The Weekend Offender sale section very popular indeed.