Your first look at the H&M x P.E Nation collaboration
Luxe activewear that's made out of sustainable fabrics? Sign me up! Find out when you can shop the H&M x P.E Nation collaboration.
If you've been struggling to keep those new year fitness resolutions, then boy do we have some good news for you.
Nobody actually knows why, but working out in cute activewear is so much more motivating than wearing your old T-shirt.
That's where P.E Nation comes in. The iconic Aussie activewear label is collaborating with H&M on a sustainable athleisure collection – and frankly, we need everything.
When can you get your hands on it? The official release date is 5 March and you'll be able to purchase it from H&M. In the meantime, you can shop P.E Nation from stockists like THE ICONIC and David Jones.
What's in the H&M x P.E Nation collection?
There's a huge focus on luxe activewear, breaking the bridge between activewear and athleisure. It's all been designed by the H&M in-house team, but the retailer hasn't left behind the classic P.E Nation silhouette.
You can expect to see a huge array of clothing, swimwear, undergarments and accessories. It's all decorated with large logos, contrasting colours and zip detailing. We're also obsessing over the colour scheme, which comes in hues of black, white, grey, sand, mint green, neon pink and bright orange.
And did we mention it was sustainable? That's right! The pieces are made from organic cotton and recycled polyester – and that's a big tick in our books! Sportswear brands like Nike and adidas are drastically making moves in the sustainability space.
Some of our favourite pieces include the figure-flattering leggings and bicycle shorts as well as the funky socks and bum bags.
Pip Edwards and Claire Tregoning are the co-founders of P.E Nation. According to a press release, the two said: "The collection can be worn all day, every day, whilst being flexible, functional and style-led. All the pieces work so well together – it's very easy to mix and match."
For more, you can check out Finder's round-up of the coolest activewear brands on the market right now.