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Master Fashion Week’s sports luxe styles today

posted on Friday, 3rd October 2014 | find under Fashion
Four cities. Hundreds of designers. One show-stealing trend: sports luxe. Sweaty Betty not only made its LFW debut this year with its Richard Nicoll collaboration (landing in February) but it also proved itself as a forward-thinking brand with pioneering designs for your workout and beyond.

Here are just a few of the SS15 looks you can wear right now, with a little help from Sweaty Betty.

Christopher Raeburn

Sweaty Betty was on the mark with the sell-out Monochrome Floral print from the Autumn Winter collection, channelled in this Christopher Raeburn tracksuit presented in Paris. You can still wear Sweaty Betty’s version with the Dedicate Luxe vest from the newly launched Sports Luxe collection.

Elie Saab

Elie Saab also showed off sporty looks in Paris. Sweaty Betty loves these black shorts and black tee with mesh panelling, which resonate in the Zero Gravity Tights in our revolutionary Camo Floral print.

Alexander Wang Fashion Week SS15

Crop top styling made headway in New York as Alexander Wang sent his model onto the catwalk in this graphic midriff-flaunting number. For a more subtle twist on the trend, try Sweaty Betty’s Coupe Layered Dance Vest.

Fyodor Golan

Boxy shapes and bright palettes were popular here in London, and Fyodor Golan highlighted the look beautifully. For freedom of movement and a vivid splash of colour, slip on the Crop Hoody Vest day or night.

Richard Nicoll X Sweaty Betty

And here’s a sneak preview at what you can expect from the Richard Nicoll X Sweaty Betty collection. Mesh is here to stay, in softer colour palettes to complement bold whites. Stay tuned for more details soon!

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