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British fashion purveyor Lipsy introduces sportswear
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Nov '14
After creating gorgeous partywear and casualwear ranges, the British fashion purveyor Lipsy has now added a new line of sportswear called Lipsy Sport to its wide product portfolio.

Produced in technical sportswear specific factories, the introductory 15-piece range features stylish versatile activewear pieces that can be worn both in and outside the gym.

The site introduces the latest line as- “Lipsy Sport is the ultimate fusion of fashion and function– ensuring maximum style without compromise, with each piece being made to support and streamline the physique for comfort and ease of movement using performance enhancing fabrics.”

The range includes supportive racer crop tops, layering tanks, running shorts, breathable aertex panel incorporated tights in varying lengths, cotton leggings, pullover and zip-up hoodies, fleece cuff joggers and T-shirts with quirky slogans like ‘Cardio Queen’ and ‘Weights before dates’.

The entire collection has been modelled by the Portuguese fashion model Sara Sampaio in some picturesque locales of Barcelona.

Established in 1988, the London-based young fashion clothier Lipsy offers more than 40 high-street and celebrity fashion endorsed labels. The company houses collections from celebs like the English television actress Michelle Keegan and the American reality television stars Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian. (PB)

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