Reebok and Victoria Beckham have recently unveiled the third installment in their ongoing collaboration with the “Essential Purism” collection. Combining minimalism, fashion, and sportswear, the new pieces have been designed both for the gym and day-to-day wear.
Reebok’s legacy of iconic silhouettes and 1990s sportswear provided the starting point for this 2020 spring-summer season collection, which features modern ready-to-wear pieces that will delight those who don’t want to have to choose between style and comfort. This season, the collection has broken new ground with high-end materials including Japanese terrycloth and knits, most notably a two-piece composed of a tank top and shorts in breathable cotton and silk. Performance has also been enhanced with high-tech materials that absorb perspiration and offer UV 50+ sun protection.
“I want clothes that move with me, that move with my life. Clothes that make me feel confident but that I also don’t have to think too much about,” pointed out Victoria Beckham. The British designer added “These pieces have been thoughtfully and meticulously designed to offer optimum performance functionality for the gym, but equally are tactile, adaptable, and directional for all other facets of life.”
The collection includes hoodies, sweatshirts, bombers, T-shirts, leggings, cycling shorts, bras, and crop tops. It is complemented by a selection of accessories, which includes shoulder bags, tote bags and sneakers (Bolton, Rapide and Dual Court models). The pieces of this latest collaboration are available online from Reebok.com.
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