10 of the best celebrity athleisure ranges that you'll wear to the gym and beyond
When it comes to athleisure, these 10 celebrity ranges have hit the fashion nail on the head.
Whether you're hitting the gym or taking a trip into town, we've become obsessed with a trend we can wear everywhere.
Here are 10 of the best celebrity ranges on the market that will have you running to the shops quicker than you can say "pilates".
1. Fenty Puma by Rihanna
Puma certainly knows how to work with a celebrity. The Puma by Rihanna creepers have sold out numerous times, while the clothing range is the perfect balance of edgy and practical.
2. Ivy Park by Beyonce
Beyonce's Ivy Park range might just be the most talked about celebrity athlesiure collaboration of all time. Pieces sold out within hours of its launch in June, while the A/W collection continues to see success.
3. Adidas Originals by Rita Ora
Rita Ora's bright and bold collection with Adidas is one of our favourite collaborations we've seen, and we wouldn't expect anything less from the How We Do singer.
4. NikeLab x RT
When sportswear giant Nike collaborated with Givenchy's Creative Director Riccardo Tisci, we knew it was going to be amazing. The kaleidoscope print combined with Nike's comfort factor proves that sportswear doesn't have to be boring - and we love it.
5. USA Pro by Matthew Williamson
Matthew Williamson never fails to amaze with his creations, and this collaboration was no exception. The stunning colour combinations and prints make this a range that deserves to be worn outside the gym. The fitted jacket, in particular, is our favourite piece.
6. Julianne Hough x MPG Sport
Two-time Dancing with the Stars winner Julianne Hough knows a thing or two about sportwear. Julianne's collaboration with MPG is practical and fashionable at the same time, with a selection of sports bras, leggings and tops that are perfect for mixing and matching.
7. Rosie for Autograph Sportwear
Victoria's Secret Angel Rosie Huntington Whiteley's ranges with Marks & Spencer have been a resounding success. Her first athletic range with M&S is both comfortable and stylish, which explains why it's currently sold out online.
8. Fabletics by Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson went above and beyond collaborating with a brand, and co-founded her own instead. The Fabletics range is quite affordable compared to other sportswear lines, and a handy quiz on the site helps you find exactly what you're looking for.
9. Gisele Bundchen for Under Armour
Supermodel Gisele Bundchen partnered with Under Armour for the powerful and inspiring I Will What I Want campaign, showing that every sport is for every woman - a message we need to hear more often.
10. Adidas Originals x Alexander Wang
The Adidas Originals x Alexander Wang range took to the runway in New York in September to debut the capsule collection, sending fashion and sport lovers into overdrive. The minimalist range has major '90s vibes and, styled correctly, you could even wear some pieces to the office.
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