Tag : athleisure
Four athleisure insights from Lucas HughSubscription
Anjhe Mules, founder of high-performance activewear brand Lucas Hugh shared her insights on the booming activewear market at the Drapers Fashion Forum.
Sales and profits hot up at Sweaty Betty Subscription
Sales jumped 16% to £40.6m in the year to 25 December 2016 at Sweaty Betty, as the activewear specialist continued to benefit from consumers’ interest in healthy living.
Athleisure set to outpace total clothing marketSubscription
The UK sports clothing market is expected to climb 8% to £2.5bn this year, as the athleisure trend continues to grow.
Japan's Asics brings robots to Regent Street VideoSubscription
Pride of place in the window of the new Asics flagship store on London’s Regent Street, a metallic, shimmering robotic arm moves hypnotically back and forth. Inch by inch it draws an illustration of Asics’s signature trainer on the glass – hypnotising onlookers in store and summing up the heart of the new store’s concept: fusing technology, design, brand identity and excitement.
Missguided to add third-party sports brandsSubscription
Missguided is planning to introduce a series of third-party sportswear labels to its site, marking its first move into branded fashion, Drapers can reveal.
Pushing the limits: athleisure brands to watchSubscription
Demand for performance fabrics amalgamated with a stylish aesthetic has led to an explosion in the popularity of athleisurewear. Beyond the big brands such as Nike, Lululemon and Sweaty Betty, we hone in on the smaller names to add to your buy next season.
As the athleisure market becomes ever more crowded, brands and retailers are turning to high-tech fabrics to gain a competitive edge.
Why athleisure has staying powerSubscription
Brands and supermarkets are jumping on the athleisure bandwagon as it continues to grow and evolve.
Eden Park set to open London storeSubscription
Luxury French brand Eden Park is set to open its first store in London later this year.
Textiles innovations: Engineered for performanceSubscription
Growing awareness of comfort properties and a desire to reduce the environmental impact of textiles are driving material innovation in multiple fashion areas: everyday garments, the growing athleisure market and highly technical sportswear.