Love fashion and fitness? Well you better watch out for the new capsule collection from none other than Richard Nicholl for Sweaty Betty launching on 12 March.
Unveiled at London Fashion Week in September, this highly-anticipated selection of 10 garments fuses the styling and tailoring of Nicholl with the versatility and technical knowhow of Sweaty Betty. In other words, you may want to get your hands on this new sportsgear as it is beautifully crafted and ticks the boxes in terms of functionality.
And one of the reasons it stands out is that it’s less-in-your-face and more subtly elegant so will last you season after season. Think flattering metallic prints, soft loose-fitting fabrics and reflective touches that ensure each piece is catwalk-worthy when put together in an outfit and yet completely able to work in your everyday wardrobe.
This thought process will help justify the price-tag of £105 for the bra top or shorts. But also consider you are paying for pieces created by one of our top designers that you can wear day after day. Try the cost-per-wear maths and you’ll soon see that this may well be better value than that cocktail dress you splurged on for the Christmas party. Even if you don’t look exactly like the models below (oh come on, who does?), there will a piece to suit you that you can style up or down. Why not take a look and select one key piece to become a part of your workwear or weekend wardrobe?
Due to launch in selected stores and online as I said in the introduction on 12 March 2015, you better be quick off the mark to get your hands on a piece of high-fashion that you can wear as part of your active lifestyle.
And to tempt you even more, here are more photos from the catwalk spring/summer 15 catwalk show:
Get ready, get set, and head to Sweaty Betty X Richard Nicholl on 12 March 2015.