James Charles is set to release an athleisure line and here’s what you need to know

Posted: 17 January 2019 10:25 am
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Sisters are doing it for themselves with this stylish sportswear line by beauty blogger James Charles.

James Charles has been iconic in championing inclusivity in the beauty world. After making history by becoming CoverGirl's first male spokesmodel, he proved that he is a force to be reckoned with by turning his eye to the fashion market.

The launch of his Sisters label crashed the website as everyone sought to get their hands on the artist's merchandise. Now he's back with a line of athleisure dedicated to being both gender and size-inclusive. Every piece of the new collection is unisex and ranges in sizes from XS-3X.

Charles showcased the new lookbook on his YouTube channel and, if anything is going to encourage us to go to the gym, this line is it. The new collection features a whole lot of black, which I for one welcome with open arms. From what we've seen so far, the sportswear collection will include a black sportswear jumpsuit with a fitted top, adjustable elastic waist and baggy legs for a steetwear silhouette.

Also on offer are a black sports bra, bike pants and a Mock T-shirt, all accented with a "Sisters" band. A zip-up jacket, oversized sweatshirt and sweatpants round out this killer monochrome theme.

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For those who actually like a splash of colour in their wardrobes, the sportswear range has you covered there too. The pastel capsule gives you the choice of cropped or standard hoodies in cutesy hues like baby pink, golden yellow and baby blue.

When can you shop the athleisure collection?

You'll be able to shop the whole sleek sportswear line from 18 January on the Sisters Apparel site. Given that Charles' eyeshadow palette collaboration with Morphe Brushes sold out in less than ten minutes when it was first launched, you might want to clear your schedule. Whilst prices haven't yet been disclosed, tees usually retail at US$25 and hoodies at US$45, so we can expect prices of the new line to be similar.

One of the greatest lessons fashion and beauty lines have learned over the past couple of years is that inclusivity is everything. From Rihanna changing the makeup market by releasing 40 different shades of foundation to ASOS showcasing its products on models of different sizes, society is finally learning to celebrate our differences.

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