Weekday Drops Y2K-Inspired Denim Collection
Paying homage to the fashion scene of the early 2000s.
Swedish label Weekday has joined the Y2K nostalgia bandwagon and has just released a denim capsule collection inspired by the early 2000s. Mixing current trends with throwback styles from icons like Paris Hilton and Destiny’s Child, the capsule boasts low-waised jeans, micro tank tops and sexy negligee.
“The collection is tribute to those who found “family and belonging” in underground dance parties,” said Weekday about the collection, which captures the carefree, energetic spirit of the party scene and Weekday as a label. Each of the pieces transition easily from day to night, and the blue denim paired with the see-through lace is a classic look from the ’00s. “Youth culture is always changing, and we move with it but with a Weekday filter, so over the years we’ve gone from a tight stretch denim look to high waisted jeans and then baggy jeans. This season feels very Y2K with low waists, tighter tops and double layered garments,” finishes Alice Shulman, design responsible womenswear for Weekday.
Take a look at the capsule collection in the gallery above and shop the pieces online at Weekday, where they retail between £20 GBP and £140 GBP ($27.50 – $192 USD). For more 2000s inspiration, don’t miss our piece on all the Y2K trends we’re bringing back here.