Sweat Session: 9 Super-Fly, Up-and-Coming Fitness Lines You’re Gonna Be Into
Should you spend money on cool yoga pants and sports bras? Well, it’s our philosophy that if they make you feel good (and, heck, motivate you to wake up an hour earlier in the morning), then BY ALL MEANS. And these new-ish lines are absolutely worth checking out. —erica
The Brits have been going nuts for Sweaty Betty for some time now, but the company juuuust opened its first U.S. store—right on Mercer in Soho in NYC.
Those Australians know how to do cool—but not too challenging. And L’urv is a stellar example of that.
Everything in the Bodha collection is made of natural materials—we’re talking cotton, silk, wool, and wood (!!!)—and it all has this minimalist, Helmut Lang-y vibe.
Heather Payne was a model for two decades before she launched her line Payne—we imagine everyone at Tracy Anderson classes wearing this stuff.
In case you wanna feel like you’re in a Rihanna vid when you’re on the elliptical, Michi is totally your answer.
You know what Prismsport loves? A good pattern—or 20. All of their prints are produced using a sustainable, heat-transfer process that doesn’t use any toxic chemicals.
Is avant garde workout wear a thing? Cause the high-end, super-chic London-based line Lucas Hugh is willing to go there.
Nina B. Roze wants you to look like a straight-up vixen while you sweat it out. Something about the label feels very Eva Longoria-goes-to-barre-class.
Solow—produced in the ol’ U.S. of A.!—makes clothes that are as good for lounging around on your couch as they for running around the park. Because sometimes being lazy also just feels so good.
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No, we don’t think you need fancy work-out clothes. But Work Out Life sure makes us want them. —erica