The Best Celebrity Fitness Lines of 2014
Calia by Carrie Underwood
Earlier this month, the country superstar—and avid exerciser (those legs!)—announced that her fitness lifestyle line, Calia by Carrie Underwood, would launch exclusively at Dick's Sporting Goods on March 5 next year. Judging by the pictures, we can expect fun patterns, a comfy fit, and the kind of wear-anywhere styles that look just as good at brunch as they do at the gym.
Heidi Klum for New Balance
This isn't the first time Heidi Klum has designed activewear for New Balance, but that didn't make her new line, which aimed to "bring the runway to the treadmill," any less exciting. The bold jewel tones and punchy patterns of her fall collection will make you look as good as you feel while working out.
Fabletics by Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson is as athletic as she is gorgeous, and she launched one of our favorite new workout brands this summer: Fabletics. Take the quiz the first time you visit the site, and you'll get product recommendations tailored to your body, workouts, and lifestyle.
Beyoncé x Topshop
Impact by Jillian Michaels
Jillian Michaels is still the reigning queen of the fitness world, and she further cemented her position with her activewear line, Impact by Jillian Michaels, in collaboration with Kmart. The high-quality yet still afforable line includes everything from yoga tops to windbreakers, and, the trainer's favorite item, capris.
Rihanna for PUMA
When Rihanna was named the new creative director at PUMA earlier this month, we couldn't wait to see what kind of vision she would bring to the classic brand. Her collaboration won't hit shelves until next year, but we bet it'll be a little bit wild...just like the pop star herself.
Caelum by Brooke Burke
Rita Ora for adidas
Adidas is known for collaborating with celebrities—like Pharrell and Kanye West, just to name a couple. And this year, the sneaker giant teamed up with up-and-coming singer/actress Rita Ora for a sexy-meets-sporty line that nails the star's signature look. Fun fact: she was actually the first female artist to collaborate with the brand.