An Invitation to Live – or Relive – the Best Summer of Your Life
Montreal — The Everyday Sunday Spring/Summer 2017 Collection invites you to go back in time to those carefree days when summer meant freedom to take nothing too seriously, except your well-being. That’s exactly what the swimwear and leisurewear line delivers thanks to a bright and energetic collection that draws inspiration from the past while looking to the future, inviting everyone to feel completely at ease in a wide range of ingenious designs.
Celebrating the simple pleasure of being alive, the Spring/Summer 2017 Swimwear and Leisurewear Collection evokes a vast array of eras, trends and cultures. For example, the Cubana collection has a distinctive vintage feel, with its crocheted details and denim applications inspired by the serenity of Cuban beaches. Similarly, the Retro Blues Multiway collection creates a soft wave of nostalgia that rolls out the multiway swimsuits in shades of blue, black and white. As for the Sunday Splash collection, it revamps poolside afternoons with vibrant pop colours and dynamic cuts that say “come out and play”.
For a more modern and sophisticated look, the Seas the Day collection is an invitation to lounge around, enveloped by elegant floral motifs juxtaposed with simple black & white stripes. Meanwhile, the Arielle & Sébastien collection blows in like a light summer breeze, with its Brazilian designs and scalloped trims. The lingerie-inspired Serendipity and Boho Valley collections stand out with their romantic lace and luxuriant motifs, while the daringly versatile Fancy Signature collection offers rich tones and chic, feminine details.
No doubt about it – there’s a swimsuit to suit every taste!
The Very First Everyday Sunday Men’s Collection
Everyday Sunday adds to its vast range of styles with a major new offering: the very first men’s collection. Surfing effortlessly between vintage and avant-garde, these new designs reach out to a new audience that’s sure to be captivated.
“This new collection brings a breath of fresh air to the men’s market,” explains Elie Junior Nasri, Co-founder and Director of Menswear Development. “The variety of styles, the composition of fabrics, the colours – all the ingredients have been combined to give each of our new clients something to love.”
The new line features five different models to accommodate various preferences and frames: the Casual is a modern take on the traditional bathing trunk; the Chino offers a classic, structured look; the Sport offers a taste of athletic elegance; the Hybrid is a longer board short that’s practical and versatile, great for the beach and the city; and the Retro is a shorter model with an ultra-comfy stretch fabric.
These styles all come in a wide array of solid colours and prints. They also stand out through their distinctive designs, with reimagined retro influences, and their unique fabrics, offering elasticity, a soft touch and washed-out looks.
A New Website
All Everyday Sunday products are now available on the brand’s new transactional website, as well as in over 100 points of sale throughout Canada and the U.S., and through certain online retailers.
A Bright and Committed Ambassador
The Everyday Sunday family is all about connecting with people who share its values of authenticity, positive thinking, wanderlust and openness to the world. That’s why the brand is pursuing its collaboration with Lydiane St-Onge, a globe-trotting adventurer who shares her experiences and her humanitarian work on social media, her blog (Lydiane autour du monde) and her Canal Évasion TV show.
About Everyday Sunday and Nasri International
Focusing on design, comfort and versatility for each of its pieces, the Everyday Sunday brand is created and distributed by Nasri International, based in Montreal, Canada. Specializing in the design, import and distribution of clothing for the entire family, Nasri has 20 years of expertise in the swimwear and leisurewear industry.
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