The Latest SoulCycle Collab Is So Much More Than Workout Clothes
For its latest apparel launch, SoulCycle partnered with streetwise label Public School on a seven-piece activewear collection, launching today. Public School design duo Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne are SOUL-Warriors themselves, and they set out to create versatile pieces that could be worn both on and off the bike, inspired by their ready-to-wear runway shows.
The Public School with SOUL capsule collection stays true to Public School's minimalist aesthetic, featuring a navy, silver, and white color combo on leggings, a zip-hoodie, and a satin bomber jacket.
Rounding out the rest of the collection is a bra, cropped sweatshirt, tee, and hat.
Since launching their signature skull-adorned collection in 2013, the indoor cycling studio has collaborated with an impressive list of designers and retailers, including Target, Shopbop, Free City, Ramy Brook, and Terez. You can even add spin classes to your wedding registry thanks to the brand's partnership with e-commerce wedding registry company Zola (because the couple that sweats together stays together, amiright?).
And if you haven't yet experienced the magic that is 45 minutes in a SoulCycle saddle, keep an eye out for new studios popping up all over the country; they're also expanding into Canada.
Ready to wear your Soul on your sleeve? Be warned: The items don't come cheap, ranging from $65 to $655 (the bomber is the most expensive piece). The pieces are available in all SoulCycle studios and on the brand's website.