Weekday reveals Sheffield opening datePosted by: Ashley Birch
Following on from the recent openings of H&M and Monki, Weekday is next in-line to reveal city-centre opening date
Swedish fashion brand Weekday has announced its first Sheffield store is set to open its doors on Friday, 29 November, becoming the latest retail tenants to take up residence in the council’s £470m transformative Heart of the City regeneration.
The store opens its doors at 12pm, with the first 50 customers in line receiving 40 per cent off. Customers can enjoy 20 per cent off on the full assortment all day and will also receive a free gift all weekend. Plus, if you spend over £100 you can also choose a free hand printed T-shirt from their selected Zeitgeist archive.
Remedy Drinks will be on hand to treat you to free Kombucha while stocks last, keeping you hydrated for an intensive shopping spree.
The day before the opening, on 28 November, Weekday will host an in-store pre-launch party in collaboration with Crack magazine. Taking place from 6.30pm to 9.30pm, the opening party will allow people to shop the latest collections and listen to sets from two of the city’s most exciting talents Ashley Holmes, an experimental NTS resident from Sheffield, and bold electronic producer 96 Back (Evan Majumdar-Swift). Ashai will also be on hand to offer free drinks.
To attend the free party RSVP to attend here.
Weekday is a fashion and denim brand influenced by youth culture and street style. Dedicated to encouraging self-confidence and self-expression, the brand inspires through a combination of creativity and cultural understanding. It reflects on issues such as sexism, gender equality, current events and popular culture.
Daniel Herrmann, Managing Director of Weekday, added: “We have had great success in London and are now thrilled to be opening our first store in northern England, enabling more customers to experience our brand.
“Sheffield is the home to a vibrant creative scene, and we look forward to meeting this great community.”
For more info, head over to their website here.