June Issue 2007

By | Fashion | Life Style | Published 17 years ago

We might have had our mothers pick out our wardrobes well into our teens, but the teenagers of generation now are cut from a different cloth. They are hip and cool; they want to fashion their own identity, and it is a definite “no” to the clothes mom picks out. This is where Leisure Club, a label specialising in funky clothes for children and young adults, steps in.

The look is all about comfort, creativity and, most of all, attitude. Each piece has its own style, and an edgy one at that. The line for the boys is rugged, macho and has a “bad boy” feel to it. Shirts in charcoal gray, midnight blue and fire engine red, boasting trims, layers and logos, are teamed up with cargo pants, denim shorts and the always-in-fashion faded jeans.

The girls’ line is feminine and fresh, with lots of whites and pastel shades to ring in the summer. But the creations are playful: funky designs jazz up the shirts. From hoods to capris, metallic prints to stripes and ribbons to layers, Leisure Club’s trendy summer outfits are fit for every occasion, be it school or basketball practice, or even to paint the town red.