Take a journey this summer with Superdry

Open Today

11:00 - 17:00

This SS19 Superdry takes us on a vibrant and colourful journey across the globe. A fresh and innovative product mix is enriched with creative influences collected from a variety of international stop off points. Intricate design details and fabric upgrades take centre stage bringing a wardrobe update to accompany what is hoped will be a balmy and sundrenched summer.

 

Taking inspiration from Middle Eastern trims and textiles, womenswear’s ‘Boutique Bazaar’ collection is all about reclaiming through patchwork, craftwork and customisation. Jacquards and trinket trims come together with a graphic direction to give a ruffled up folk-inspired vibe. Crinkle knit wovens bring texture whilst ditsy florals and washed lace keep it light and feminine. Paisley and bandana prints in dip-dye chambray with metallic highlights prove that here ‘more is more’.

 

Adjacent to this, womenswear’s ‘Carnival’ range is a fun and frivolous story. Bright clashing colours and 3D multi-applications, tassels, sequins and applique flowers in zingy yellow and papaya make up the essence of this collection. Over-scaled tropical fruits and statement psychedelic kaleidoscopic prints play up to their Rio inspiration where silhouettes are key. Hero items include a peekaboo stripe bikini and a bold crochet midi dress.

 

Stripping things back, the ‘Cote D’Azur’ collection focuses on clean and simple dressing with a lean toward preppy chic. Pretty broderie skirts are worn with stripes and micro ginghams across light and summery fabrics with lots of cutaway details. Frills and bows in sunflower yellow and blush pink are mixed with primary colours to create a fresh contrast and a sporty, nautical vibe.

 

Menswear’s ‘Mariner’ range also stays close to the coast but looks toward Ernest Hemmingway and his adventures of an old man at sea. Textured herringbones and blotchy florals span across oxford-based fabrics and signature product such as the Sunscorched Short and the Dry Originals Tee. Sun-kissed pastels and Hawaiian prints inspired by 1930’s travel posters give an Islander lifestyle feel to this look.

 

Moving over to Northern California, American folklore and heritage give a sense of a far less complicated way of life within menswear’s ‘Big Sur’ collection. Worn rusted and homespun denims fixed with patching are mixed with military surplus and workwear overalls in tonal weaves and textures. There is a sense of the bohemian traveller with twill structures, plaids and duck canvas.

 

Designed with a more youthful, urban customer at its heart, men’s ‘Skate Lux’ collection plays homage to 90’s skateboarding and BMX on the Californian sidewalk. Box fits are key, seen across tees, sweats and shirts. Accessories such as caps and cross body bags are bold with ice cream pastels offset with a fresh take on camo – this story is about pushing the boundaries and living your best summer.

 

Ending our journey back on British soil, grime culture paves the way for men’s ‘Nu Lad’ range. Oversized logos mixed with contemporary and relevant athleisure give an element of street chic in a colour blocked primary palette of red, navy and optic. This story is set to stimulate the senses with digi prints and camo, worn with simple, sleek tennis trainers.

 

With clearly defined collection themes and more unique prints, colour and detail than ever before, Superdry’s SS19 is true to brand whilst elevated with an array of trend-lead, contemporary newness. Take a journey with Superdry this summer - and make it your best yet.

 

SouthGate Opening Times

Monday
09:00
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18:00
Tuesday
09:00
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18:00
Wednesday
09:00
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18:00
Thursday
09:00
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19:00
Friday
09:00
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18:00
Saturday
09:00
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18:00
Sunday
11:00
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17:00
We would advise you to check with individual retailers and restaurants before visiting as their trading times may vary.

Additional opening hours

 

We would advise you to check with individual retailers and restaurants before visiting as their trading times may vary.

Please note that some retailers may vary from these times.

Search below for the shop details or view the full list of retailers

Getting here

SouthGate Bath
Management Suite
12 SouthGate Street
Bath
BA1 1AQ
01225 469061
  • Car

    To get to SouthGate’s Bath car park head along St James Parade until the end of the road. The entrance to the SouthGate Bath car park is on your left just after New Look. Keep an eye out as the entrance comes up on you quite quickly. We have dedicated motorbike parking close to the entrance barriers and throughout the car park. With 876 spaces including parent and child and disabled parking, parking couldn’t be more convenient.

  • Train

    Bath Spa train station is located right opposite SouthGate Bath, making access to SouthGate Bath by train really easy.

  • Bus

    Bath’s Bus Station is located right opposite SouthGate making access to SouthGate by bus really easy. All buses are wheelchair and pushchair friendly.

    For bus timetables and ticket prices please visit First Group.

  • Bike

    To get to SouthGate’s Bath car park head along St James Parade until the end of the road. The entrance to the SouthGate Bath car park is on your left just after New Look. Keep an eye out as the entrance comes up on you quite quickly. We have dedicated motorbike parking on level -1 close to the entrance barriers and throughout the car park. Please note, there is currently no charge for motorbike parking at SouthGate. 

Accessibility

SouthGate is all at ground level. There are lifts which take you from SouthGate’s underground car park up to the centre.

SouthGate is wheelchair accessible as it is all at ground level. There are lifts which take you from SouthGate’s underground car park up to the centre.

Disabled toiletes are available. Access to disabled toilets is via a radar key. A full time janitor will be present during opening hours.

Facilities

Full baby changing facilities are available.
 

SouthGate’s car park is located next to New Look and directly underneath the shopping centre. With 876 spaces including parent and child and disabled parking, parking couldn’t be more convenient. We have dedicated motorbike parking areas on level -1 close to the entrance barriers and throughout the car park. Please note, there is currently no charge for motorbike parking at SouthGate. 

Opening times: 24 hours a day, Monday – Sunday

Up to 2hrs £3.50
Up to 3hrs £4.80
Up to 4hrs £5.80
Up to 6hrs £8.50
Up to 8hrs £11.00
8hrs + (up to 24hrs) £14.00
6pm – 9:30am £7.00
6pm – Midnight £2.00

Car Park Postcode:   BA1 1TP

The rail users parking zone is located on level -3. The National Rail Parking area is charged at the National Rail daily car parking rate. These charges apply Monday-Friday only.

Cash machines are located at Barclay’s on SouthGate Street, outside Sainsbury’s on Newark Street, at Bath Spa Railway Station or outside eurochange on SouthGate street.

We have Pod Point electric vehicle charging on-site for customers.
● There are 12 x 7kW charging bays available.
● Each bay has a Type 2 universal socket.
● It costs £0.17 per kWh to charge
Use the Pod Point Open Charge app to start charging and see live availability.

Visit Pod Point's website for further instructions on how to use Open Charge points.

Please contact our trusted security team directly with any lost property enquiries. They are open 24hours a day, 7 days a week and will be more than happy to help: + 44 (0)1225 827 651

Open 7 days a week. View the services here:  http://tinyurl.com/o9y2j9m

Find our toilets just to the left of Debenhams, open 09.00 to 17.00 Mon to Sun inclusive. 

Free wifi is accessible throughout SouthGate. Login to ‘SouthGate Free WiFi’.

Services

Selected SouthGate stores offer Click and Collect. Click here to see if your store offers Click and Collect.

In-Time are the UK’s leading watch & jewellery repair specialist. Watch battery replacements for most brands available on-site, with an 18-month guarantee. We repair most watch brands and offer a specialist jewellery repair service. Get a free quote in store or online. Find them within Debenhams.

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