10 Stylish Activewear Brands To Inspire Your 2019 Fitness Goals
Known for their use of technical fabrics to make comfortable, retro-inspired activewear, P.E Nation creates bold, colour-blocked sports bras, anoraks and leggings that are flattering on different body types.
Available at Farfetch
2/10Cushnie x Carbon38
Those who love Cushnie et Ochs' feminine, sexy dresses can now wear their designs to the gym thanks to their collaboration with Carbon38.
The elegant, ballerina-inspired capsule features everything from crop-flared yoga pants to a button-up crop jersey jacket you can wear from the mat to a meeting.
Available at Carbon38
Founded by Australian designers (and sisters) Laura May and Hannah Gibbs in 2014, Nagnata offers a wide range of activewear and accessories. Think chic and sustainable separates for yoga, pilates and dance in a wonderful '90s inspired colour palette.
What sets Nagnata apart from most activewear brands is their use of technical-knitwear, made from upcycled fabrics, natural dyes and organic yarns.
Available at Net-a-Porter
While it's earned a following amongst fashion girls for a while now, The Upside—founded by Australian fashion designer Jodhi Meares—continues to be a favourite thanks to its designs that walk the line between ready-to-wear and sport.
You can find camo prints, graphic stripes and fine patterns all in wearable hues and figure-flattering sihouettes.
Available at The Upside Sport
Ex-Victoria's Secret model Tatiana Kovylina knows a thing or two about body sculpting, which is why she founded her brand of luxury activewear aimed at paying tribute to the female form.
There are barre-friendly unitards and dusty pink bodysuits, all made to go under comfy hoodies or cotton shorts to adapt to the modern woman's lifestyle.
Available at Silou London
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Available in over 20 countries, LNDR is an East London brand that is quietly taking over the activewear scene. LNDR produces their technical activewear from the finest of fabrics and with a fuss-free, clean aesthetic. It's high-performance enough for the fitness studio, but also chic enough to run around town in.
What sets LNDR garments apart is that they are produced with minimal seams, panels that follow muscle lines and movement points that offer extra support and comfort.
Available at LNDR
Founded in the 19th Century in Paris, Ernest Leoty began as a corset maker and continues to make beautiful, elastic corsets for the modern woman.
Now, with a team hailing from French couture brands and design backgrounds in Olympian sportswear, the brand delivers the best of both worlds with chic playsuits and separates that still give the illusion of a corset.
Available at Matches Fashion
Hong Kong-based brothers, James and Josh Shorrock, know a thing or two about sneakers, cutting their teeth in the sportswear business at Adidas and Hypebeast before they came together and founded Lane Eight.
The self-professed sneaker heads have built their brand on challenging traditional performance wear with sneakers that offer all-day comfort with supportive features for workouts. Their debut sneaker, the AD1, can be worn both in and out of the gym thanks to its stable soles and a supportive, sock-like fit.
Available at Lane Eight
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French luxury house Paco Rabanne is the oen of the latest designer to join the world of sportswear.
Their new Body Line is a curated collection of logo-waistband sport tops, leggings and hoodies for the stylish woman on the go.
Available at Paco Rabanne
NYC label Outdoor Voices markets themselves as “technical apparel for recreation”.
So whether you’re going out for a run, heading to a yoga class or just strolling around the city with your dog—Outdoor Voices is making clothes for sports and après sports- so you’re on the go with just one look.
Available at Outdoor Voices
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