Have you found yourself slacking in the fashion department ever since transitioning your work and other activities to be done at home? With that said, we want to let you know about the new, limited-edition, activewear collection from the modern lifestyle brand, goop, that will help bring your home workout athleisure looks to the next level.
Moving our bodies is essential for keeping our immune systems balanced and our morals high during this stressful time. Thanks to the power of technology, it has never been easier to bring most activities into your home, especially when it comes to working out. No need for style and comfort to be sacrificed in the process.
For the first time, goop has collaborated on their latest G. Sport drop with Proenza Schouler. Combining their modern approach to fashion and goop’s classic sensibility, the seven-piece collection features contemporary cut-outs, sexy straps, and a bold palette to deliver a graphic edge with G. Sport’s tech-forward fabrics. Incorporating elements from the recent significant return of ’90s fashion, this new collection proves that sporty can be sexy while still sweating the details.
For Proenza Schouler, the New York-based womenswear and accessories brand, this collection marks their first efforts in activewear. Founded in 2002 by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, the brand is defined by its fusion of craftsmanship and attention to detail with a sense of refined ease. Their pieces draw inspiration from contemporary art and youth culture and emphasize tailoring and the use of custom developed fabrics.
“Tapping Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez’s relentless creativity and street-smart aesthetic brought an entirely new, cutting-edge feel to our G. Sport world,” said goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow about the collaboration, “And the fact that this was their first go at a sporting collection made the collaboration feel even more special—I think the pieces truly speak for themselves.”
The assortment is now available on goop.com. Make sure to check it out and add these pieces to your workout routine, not only for now while social distancing but also later when returning to life as usual.