With Brit Chic and a New York Edge, This Collab Is a Cool-Girl Dream
Between Anna Kaiser's collection with Target and high-end fashion house Houghton tapping DogPound trainers, it seems that activewear brands are going straight to the source for design inspiration: fitness pros.
The latest cool-girl studio shaking up the activewear scene? Celeb favorite ModelFit—which has just released its new collection with none other than Sweaty Betty.
The three-piece collection, released today, features two pairs of different-length tights and a crop top—perfect for showing off those sculpted core muscles—all in bright blue pattern, co-designed by the co-founders of both brands: Vanessa Packer of ModelFit and Tamara Hill-Norton of Sweaty Betty.
"I've been obsessed with their gravity tights since I first tried them and knew that's where I wanted to start." —Vanessa Packer, ModelFit
"We've worked together over the past few years hosting events in our spaces and the comfortable relationship just made sense," explains Packer. "Plus, I've been obsessed with their gravity tights since I first tried them and knew that's where I wanted to start."
The collab is inspired by the bright city lights of both their respective hometowns—New York City and London: "Both cities have such incredible energy and the lights are a symbol of that," Packer says. "I loved the beetle blue as the pop of color. And the dark tone works incredibly well for urban fitness fans alike—they can easily be paired with a leather jacket, edgy sweatshirt, or worn alone in class."
Priced from $90 for the crop top to $140 for the full-length tights, the capsule collection is available today in Sweaty Betty stores and online, plus ModelFit’s New York and Los Angeles studios.
Scroll down to see the super-trendy new collection from Sweaty Betty and ModelFit.
Homestraight Crop, $90
Zero Gravity Crop Run Leggings, $120
Zero Gravity Run Leggings, $135
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