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9 luxury sportswear brands to have on your radar for 2023

In need of some sartorial motivation?

While we can't say we will be jumping headfirst into a punishing fitness regime (in fact, nope – count us out), it still stands that January lends itself to engaging in a spot of gentle exercise after enjoying last month's indulgences to the max.

Feeling confident in your workout gear is beyond important – what you wear can be instrumental in determining the success levels of your exercise sesh.

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Think about it – feeling slightly uncomfortable or self-conscious during a workout is never a vibe, and therefore it is a great idea to invest in your activewear.

Hello! Fashion shares the luxe sportswear brands to have on your radar for 2023:

Anine Bing Sport

Fashion insider favourite Anine Bing is perhaps best known for its extremely covetable accessories, but its sportswear selection is second to none. The It-girl must-have? One of their graphic logo sweatshirts.

 Tyler hoodie, £220, Anine Bing


Tory Sport

Inspired by 1970s activewear motifs, Tory Sport is great if you're into pieces with a playful preppy vibe. Think bold chevron stripes and ultra-flattering monochrome.  

Lucas Hugh


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With a focus on design innovation and perfect fit, Lucas Hugh was the first brand to "incorporate the fully-bonded seam (used in Olympic-quality swimwear) into activewear". Cast your mind back to the days of The Hunger Games, the brand's founder Anjhe Marcus was even responsible for designing the training outfits. Look no further for quality, performance-driven leggings.

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Ernest Leoty

Yoga bunnies will be thrilled to discover Ernest Leoty’s ultra-flattering designs that boast a "Parisian sensibility". The vibe is old-school ballet – and we’re into it. 

Ernest Leoty Adeline jersey bodysuit, £185, Matches Fashion



Founded by Tatiana Korsakova, Vaara is all about versatility. From extremely stylish bags to interesting asymmetric sports bras, it is the minimalist’s activewear dream.  

The Upside


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With an emphasis on yogawear, The Upside is home to some seriously gorgeous printed pieces. Think Despond & Dempsey-esque botanicals, playful polka dots and graphic stripes.


Founded back in 2015, Varley excels in pieces that blur the boundaries between everyday pieces and activewear. If your sport of choice involves battling against the elements, you 100% need to check out its extensive outwear – from cosy fleeces to heavy-duty puffer jackets.

Perfect Moment

Après ski aficionados will likely be well versed in the joys of Perfect Moment. Hitting up the slopes in style in its handy base layers and patterned ski separates has never been easier.

Adidas by Stella McCartney

Sportswear giant Adidas’ ongoing partnership with Stella McCartney is brilliant for pieces that have an interesting edge. Plus, for eco-warriors, pieces are made from post-industrial and post-consumer waste (plastic bottles for instance), enabling "the highest impact performance" to coincide perfectly with "the lowest impact on the planet".

TruePurpose Training Printed Tights, £100, Adidas by Stella McCartney


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