Hush’s SS21 Activewear collection has hit the market with a focus on sustainable, technical fabrics and design – in-line with growing consumer demand for products which help them to feel, look and do good.
In a colour palette of forest greens and electrics blues in “cool prints”, the range features a raft of improved fits; leggings boast flatlock and back yolk seams to “ensure a streamlined and sculpting shape,” whilst two-way-stretch fabrics allow garments to move with the wearer and stay firmly in place.
Vests are made from a breathable moisture-wicking fabric to keep wearers cool and dry at all times, while sports bras have been lent a twist with overlapping straps for extra support.
The Racerback Printed Sports Bra features ombre star detailing and removable pads for a customisable silhouette.
A new outerwear collection also joins the line-up for SS21 including a printed running jacket featuring a reflective trim for enhanced visibility in the dark and subtle star print detailing.
Sustainability is front and centre of the collection, with all sports bras and leggings made from ECONYL, a regenerated nylon created from recycled fishing nets, industrial plastic and recycled fabric.
TENCEL Modal, made from sustainably sourced beech wood, has also been used in vests, while recycled polyester has been used in jackets. The range also includes a silver holdall bag made from paper.
Hush founder, Mandy Watkins said: “We’ve always believed in looking good and feeling good – and our new activewear collection was created to deliver on both fronts.”
The collection also features a variety of workout accessories such as a Yogi Bare Acupressure Kit, Tangram Skipping Ropes and Bala Bangle Weights.
All lines are available online now at www.hush-uk.com.
Listen to our recent podcast with Hush founder Mandy Watkins here.