The biggest fitness fashion releases of 2016 (so far)

Koya-Made-for-YogaNew year, new you? Well, at the very least it looks like your workout clothes-stuffed closet will be getting an athleisure update. (And something from the Container Store to help hold it all?)

Though we’re only one month in 2016, already there have been some major fitness fashion launches. Whether you’re a founding member of the Lululemon fan club or are just looking for something a bit cooler to wear to barre class, here’s what you need to know:

Kate Spade’s first activewear collection is officially out
The ultra-feminine label worked with Beyond Yoga to bring bows and skirts to the gym.


Outdoor Voices wants you to work out in wool
The cool girl go-to label is making winter way cozier with its new assortment of sweat-wicking Merino designs.

Pop Physique launched its own activewear line
It’s the first barre brand to create a fitness fashion collection. Pulse-worthy, indeed.

Lululemon Lab (the label’s design think tank) is finally coming to New York
While you wait for the design-minded spin-off store to open, you can shop the winter capsule collection at a pop-up shop through March.

Target’s next big collaboration is with… SoulCycle
The collection immediately sold out. And was unprecedentedly restocked. (Act fast.) There will also be free classes offered at 10 pop-up shops across the country.

Athleta is going small with its next big launch, Athleta Girl
Proving yet again that girls truly run the world–now while donning mini-me Chaturanga tights and sherbet-hued hoodies from the activewear giant.

Everlane just got into the athleisure game
The ethical sourcing-minded brand’s sweats already have a 6,400-person waiting list. Are you on it?

Manduka is thinking outside the mat with its inaugural clothing collection
The yoga-centric designs, out this Friday, skip ouchy zippers and overly-tight bras in favor of sophisticated comfort.

Fact: you can never have too many pairs of workout leggings. But do you have these 5 that our readers swear are the best studio-to-street options out there?

(Photos: Manduka; Kate Spade-Beyond Yoga)

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