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Is this SoulCycle’s best fitness fashion collection yet?


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What happens when you’ve already teamed up with some of the biggest names in fashion (hello, Shopbop!) and outfitted practically every tap back-loving woman in skull-covered hoodies and wheel-emblazoned leggings? You peddle into the future.

At least, that’s the case with SoulCycle’s latest monthly collection, dubbed Soul Prism.

Hot on the heels of its collaboration with Target comes the cycling studio’s in-house line of surprisingly edgy, of-the-moment pieces—from cut-out sports bras to holographic bomber jackets—that wouldn’t look out of place at a late-night dance party (okay, or maybe Daybreaker).

“We were inspired by futuristic fashions, from Tron and Daft Punk to the Met Gala’s Manus x Machina theme,” Bob Colquhoun, SoulCycle’s VP of retail, explains. “This line incorporates clean, neutral colors contrasted with recent trends—from ombre and iridescence to mesh and sequins.”

But before you start wondering how an iridescent jacket would look on a bright yellow bike, consider this: Soul Prism’s still got some signature Soul—only this time, it’s super forward-thinking.

“At SoulCycle, we’re always evolving to ensure we offer the best product and experience possible,” says Colquhoun of the in-house collection’s stylish evolution. “This was an exciting collection for us to design with those updated fashion specs, and we’re thrilled for what’s to come.”

And if this is any indicator, the future is definitely bright (and no, not just because there are sequins). The 68 piece collection—which includes both men’s and women’s styles and starts at $34 for a waterproof bag—is available at SoulCycle studios until the end of May and online until inventory runs out. In other words: hurry!

Scroll through to see the brand’s latest collection, Soul Prism, modeled by SoulCycle instructors—and shop it while you still can.

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Left:
Marble Cut Out Bra, $62
Chenille Soul Dip Dyed Sweatpant, $144

Right:
Prism High Cut Mesh Bra, $68
Prism Capri, $86

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Left:
Reversible Slit Performance Tank, $62
Holographic Parka, $120

Right:
3D NYC Flowy Muscle Tank, $52
Black Marble and Mesh Killing It Leggings, $102

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ZT Soul & Skulls Glitter Capri, $86

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Left:
3D Drop Sleeve Tank, $52
Burnout Drop Sleeve Wheel Tank, $54
Colorblock Arc Capri, $104

Center:
We Aspire to Inspire Mantra Capri, $86

Right:
Mesh Performance Tank, $78

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Photo: SoulCycle

Left:
Holographic Parka, $120
Burnout Athlete Mantra Hi-Low Tank, $52
Chenille Soul Dip Dyed Sweatpant, $144

Right:
Prism High Cut Mesh Bra, $68
Prism Capri, $86

Want to feel inspired? Check out these mantras from 10 Soul Original instructors for life tips on—and off—the bike.