The best active-wear brands for active luxury lifestyles (part 4)

Olympia Activewear

With its modern and refined approach to activewear, Olympia Activewear offers a unique balance between strong and feminine aesthetics. Olympia Activewear is designed with the active women in mind, combining utmost comfort and style.

In addition to versatile cotton and custom elastics, Olympia Activewear offers stunning silk lounge pieces you’ll never want to take off.

The Upside

The Upside is an Australian luxury activewear label that offers chic, versatile athleisure pieces in dynamic prints, patterns, and florals. The Upside combines body-sculpting styles with high-tech materials to elevate your workout wardrobe – from leggings to bras and tanks.

A favorite amongst A-list celebrities, from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to Bella Hadid, and Kim Kardashian, The Upside creates functional pieces that look great in and out of the studio.

Koral

Inspired by the laidback spirit of California and the liveliness of Brazil, Koral is technical activewear that combines form, fitness, and fashion.

Think fashion forward style (including faux leather workout pants and fishnet mesh tops) meets luxurious sportswear engineering and high-tech materials to empower women with very active lives.

ADAY

New York technical clothing brand ADAY produces hardworking, versatile styles that seamlessly bring you from barre to the bar. ADAY adopts a ‘less-is-more’ approach and a design ethos based on seasonless pieces and sustainability to offer every day, athleisure-inspired clothes that are both performance-driven and stylish.

Every ADAY piece of clothing features novel technical material properties (sweat-wicking, quick-drying, UV- and chlorine-protected and wrinkle-free).

FP Movement by Free People

FP Movement is Free People’s active fashion line which triumphs both bohemian chic style and function. Their leggings, bras and sweats offer ultra-chic details (such as decorative cut-outs and added straps), trendy color schemes and impeccable fit.

Perfect whether you are actually working out or not.