Described as boudoir lingerie meets high performance sportswear expect lots of slim silhouettes and sheer panels.
With its flattering one-size-fits-all designs, Phat Buddha's bras are hard to beat.
Live the Process
Only a former high-powered publicist could conceive a line that includes a waterproof gym clutch lined with Japanese cotton and featuring a scented sachet inside to ensure clothes always smell fresh.
Launched by New Balance, Anue Yoga covers all your basic yoga needs with a mix of classic colors and brighter hues. Worth singling out are the versatile tops, which can easily transition to life outside the gym.
Started by a fitness trainer turned designer, Charli Cohen combines high-tech fabrics with vibrant colors.
Urban Outfitters has ventured into sportswear with the recent launch of its first-ever fitness line.
Started by a yogi, the brand's signature is apparel made with functional fabrics and designs and finished with lightning bolts.
Hey Jo specializes in high-quality, high-performing leggings with functional zipper details.
Human Performance Engineering
Created for maximum performance, HPE was founded by Nick Harris, an exercise physiologist who worked with Olympic medalists and Formula One drivers to maximize the performance of all his brand's pieces.
Not only does Lucas High make functional pieces, but many of its designs could be worn straight from work to the gym or from the gym out.
It’s hard to beat Nike, but it’s also hard to go from work to the gym or from gym to dinner wearing a shirt that says “Just Do It” or “My Game is Money.” Swoosh-emblazoned tights don’t tend to be versatile either. Now there’s a brand new crop of performance brands looking to take on the fitness powerhouses of the world with tightly edited collections of fashion-forward activewear pieces that can easily take you from day to night. Here’s a look at 10 up-and-coming fitness apparel brands to keep your eyes on.