The P.E Nation x H&M collab is landing and it’s as sustainable as it is stylish

The renowned Sydney-based athleisure brand, P.E Nation has joined forces with the global fashion brand, H&M for a more sustainable and affordable collection of activewear. From t-shirts and skirts to undergarments and swimwear, the entire line is showcasing sustainable fabrics which include organic cotton and recycled polyester, all while prioritising functionality, flexibility and of course, style, just as highly.

P.E Nation is widely regarded as the crème de la crème of activewear, due to the founders, Pip Edwards and Claire Tregoning’s vision of multifaceted clothing that marries sportswear with street style. Created for the modern woman who juggles a dynamic lifestyle to comfortably conquer their goals on the daily, P.E Nation is taking sport-chic to new heights after collaborating with the team at H&M. 

“With H&M, we wanted to create an original P.E feel with a fresh new colour palette that uses recycled, organic or other sustainable fabrications. We reimagined P.E signature silhouettes and remixed them with new fabrications, neon and unexpected trims. We went for the best-selling athleisure pieces and threw in some fashion tees and skirts, plus accessories, to complete the P.E Nation woman”, says Edwards.

From top left corner (clockwise): Electric Eye Bag Small, Ultimate Jacket, Ultimate Slides, Ultimate Bike Shorts, Pivot Tee (Tie Dye), Flex It Hoodie, Pivot Bralette and Electric Eye Skirt

Featuring the likes of vibrant tie-dye t-shirts, contrasted by figure-flattering bicycle shorts, preppy pleated skirts, large eye-catching logos and fine zip detailing, this collection isn’t only comfortable, but incredibly sartorially-led. Silhouettes and trims have also been reimagined, making mixing and matching an effortless task, so more women can go about their day, looking and feeling good. 

The P.E Nation x H&M collaboration will be available in selected H&M stores from March 5.


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