Known for its eclectic line-up of luxury labels, Browns Fashion welcomes a new activewear edit into the mix. Introducing 33 new names to the site, including Charli Cohen, Adam Selman Sport and Fantabody, plus three exclusive styles from Natalie Maczek’s MISBHV, the edit is a response to fashion’s move towards practical pieces designed to be worn. Here are the brands you need to shop now:
If you’ve been inspired by Netflix series GLOW or Eric Prydz Call on Me is your go-to workout tune then Fantabody should be your activewear label of choice. Asymmetric neon and sheer tulle bodysuits, full lycra jumpsuits and cycling shorts are a nod to the heyday of group aerobics class of the 80s and 90s brought bang up to date for today’s gym bunny.
ADAM SELMAN SPORT
A.S.S for short, get yours into gear in some matchy-matchy prints or crystal embellished two-pieces from Adam Selman. Girly cherry prints or colourful crystal bra tops can easily transition from workout to eating out.
The Polish streetwear label brings us activewear in the form of futuristic, figure-hugging engineered knit. Two-tone tops and leggings look great on and off the treadmill, and pair the body-con dresses with some sleek sneakers for luxe athleisure at its best.
Not just street smart, Charli Cohen is a brand focused on sustainability as much as wearability, manufacturing small quantities in Leicester, Porto and Shanghai and only working with certified and regularly audited factories who pay fairly with good working conditions. 70 per cent of the fabrics used in the garments are made of recycled ocean plastic making it the athleisure brand of now.
Love it or hate it, Versace’s baroque prints are going nowhere fast. One for the logomaniacs among you, the Versace sport collection promises to turn heads on the treadmill.
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