Weekday and Champion Unveil Their Latest Cozy Oversized Collaboration

In red, birch and light grey.

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Swedish retailer Weekday has once again teamed up with sportswear brand Champion on a small capsule collection. The two brands first collaborated back at the end of 2016, with a collection that focused on oversized soft goods. For their 2017 spring/summer collaboration, Weekday and Champion are dropping nine pieces, including shorts, cropped hoodies and sweatshirts, and an updated T-shirt. The latest joint collection all comes in a new color palette of red, birch, and light grey and bearing Champion’s iconic logo. The collaboration between the two brands is dropping on June 1 from Weekday stores and its online shop.

Champion has also just announced a collection of collaborative T-shirts with Stüssy that will be dropping exclusively in Tokyo and Osaka.

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