Wrong Weather is a Fashion and Lifestyle Online Store and Concept Store for Contemporary Men based in Porto, Portugal.
With the 21st century man in mind, our goal is to offer a complete and outstanding shopping experience wether it be in our physical store or online.
Founded in 2009 as a special place to explore fashion, art and photography, Wrong Weather has established itself as an interest landmark in Porto. The Wrong Weather store is located in one of Porto’s main avenues Avenida da Boavista, a stone throw’s away from the emblematic Casa da Música, one of Rem Koolhaas masterpieces and one of the city’s greatest landmarks.
“There’s no such thing as bad fashion, just the wrong weather.”
Our passion for fashion goes beyond the traditional store setting as we aim to support national fashion design emerging talents alongside well established brands and this passion is also the driving force behind our self named line of clothing and accessories, thoughtfully created to be clean, mindful, responsible, high quality and affordable.
This season Wrong Weather celebrates contemporaneity with a selection of remarkable brands such as Astrid Andersen, Adidas Collaborations, Ambush, Christopher Kane, Christopher Shannon, Champion, Common Projects, Damir Doma, Dust, J.W. Anderson, Juun.J, Kenzo, Linda Farrow, Marni, Mykita, Nicola Indelicato, Qasimi, Y-3, Raf Simons, Rick Owens, Stephan Schneider, Unravel Project, Cottweiller, Maison Margiela, Yezzy, among many others.
Because fashion is an art form, and because the discourse and options of the most creative designers foreshadow the most daring ideas of our time, Wrong Weather opened the Wrong Weather Gallery, a space devoted to the Visual Arts, showcasing artists from the fields of architecture to photography, and from design to painting, whose language speaks to the world of fashion. So far, works from Pierre Debusschere, Katrina del Mar, Mustafa Sabbagh, Bruce LaBruce, Patrick Church and Predrag Pajdic, have been displayed.
Wrong Weather Store
Av. da Boavista, 754 ,
4100-111 Porto, Portugal
Get in Touch:
Telf.: +351 226 053 929