Today marked the launch of Net-A-Porter's activewear sister site, Net-A-Sporter (that was just too easy). The new activewear destination brands itself as "sportswear as chic as everything else in your closet" for women who want "high-performing, stylish pieces that can be worn all day long." Sign us up!
According to the company's press release, Net-A-Sporter will feature brands that focus on "technical fabrications, performance, and fashion" for the modern woman's every sporting need. We've gotta say, they've really got their bases covered; ten sporting disciplines are offered so far: tennis, golf, equestrian, run, gym and CrossFit, yoga and dance, swim and surf, outdoor, and après sport/lifestyle, with sailing and ski coming soon.
Just like their luxurious older sibling, Net-A-Sporter's prices aren't for the faint of heart (we're talking $250 for a tennis visor), but the site is gorgeous and so are the campaign photos. Heck, I don't even play most of these sports but I want to wear this gear anyway.
Hunter rain coat ($250). Adidas by Stella McCartney hoodie ($195). Fendi pants ($430).
Ballet Beautiful wrap sweater ($155), shorts ($75), and leotard ($180).
Monreal London dress ($445) and visor ($250).
Live the Process sports bra ($95) and leggings ($165.
Ariat legging pants ($210), shirt ($100), and boots ($590).
Falke Ergonomic Sport System bra ($65) and leggings ($125).
MONREAL London equipment bag ($995), Laain hooded sweater ($395) and cycling shorts ($160).