Sustainability is weighing heavy on the fashion world’s shoulders right now.
At the G7 Summit in Biarritz last week, big players like Chanel, Prada, adidas and Nike penned their signatures onto a new initiative called “Fashion Pact G7”, vowing to make authentic shifts towards more eco-conscious practices.
On the homefront, athleisure frontrunners and co-founders of the one and only P.E Nation, Pip Edwards and Claire Tregonig are taking on the sustainability war head on with P.E Nation’s first-ever sustainable gear.
Called the “Strike Set” it’s made from a recycled techno-fabric that boasts excellent recovery power and muscular compression, and decreases the production of lactic acid for faster energy recovery. So it’s sustainable, and it’ll help you work out better and recover faster—and being P.E, it looks sick too.
It doesn’t stop there. Edwards and Tregonig are keen to pave the way for Australia’s ethical apparel. Their new "Conscious Nation" movement seeks to raise the bar for transparency and environmental commitment in all business practices. The label launched a line of organic cotton tees in July, and now they’re committing to transition all of their packaging to be fully recyclable by the end of 2019; along with re-designing all swing tags and labels. You can read more about P.E's approach to sustainability right here.
The Strike Set is available now, shop the leggings and crop here.
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Image credit: P.E Nation.