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Fitness meets fashion: these are the coolest sports brands
Fitness meets fashion: these are the coolest sports brands

Sometimes the last spark of motivation can come from the right look! We show the coolest sports outfits with functionality. These brands meet the zeitgeist and combine elegant design with innovation.

Fitness meets fashion: these are the coolest sports brands
Fitness meets fashion: these are the coolest sports brands

Alo yoga

The It brand among celebrities and influencers from Los Angeles only uses the most innovative, water-saving dyeing processes and relies on fair production. In addition to yoga wear, there are also running and hiking parts. Incidentally, the Alo headquarters in Beverly Hills is supplied with energy from its own solar farm on the roof.

Live the process

The American brand has been using super soft yoga wear since 2014, but it also works in everyday life. The exhibited knit pants and matching cardigans in purple, gray and beige are currently omnipresent on Hollywood stars' social media channels. Tip: The podcast of the label "Monday Meditation" offers free meditations on Spotify.

Reebok x VB Sportswear

Victoria Beckham is not only good at classy high fashion, she is also entering the next round of cooperation with Reebok. The focus: high-performance sportswear that adapts to the body. Pink and sage green are characteristic of the collection, the sneakers are inspired by classic running shoes. Also cool: the hoodies and tennis clothes.

Anine Bing Sports

The Scandinavian cult designer launched her own line of sportswear this summer. In addition to cozy jogger looks, the range also includes leggings and sports tops, which can be styled with fashion items (such as blazers or slides) from the brand to create new outfits. When it comes to fabrics, Bing uses cotton and quick-drying, breathable performance materials.

Adidas by Stella McCartney

From hiking to running to skiing: the collaboration between Stella McCartney and Adidas was one of the most innovative concepts in sports when it started in 2005. Highly functional pieces made from tried and tested materials from the sports giant are paired with contemporary, elegant styles from the Brit designer. This year it's mainly the combination of beige, bright orange and khaki.


In addition to designs for dance and yoga, there is also a maternity line of its own: In 2001 Nathalie Prieger founded her sustainable yoga label, the team consists exclusively of women. Each collection is made exclusively from natural or recycled raw materials that have been grown in a resource-saving and ecological manner.

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