Stylish Stars With Their Own Activewear Lines
The actor started his athletic clothing line, Prevail Activewear, with his wife Kathryn, claiming that it "induces total insanity, enables you to talk in tongues, and uber-familiarizes you with your package." All joking aside, 50 percent of the proceeds actually benefit amazing causes including St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation.
The celebrity athleisure pioneer (who launched Fabletics in 2013) recently introduced a whole new category to her spandex empire: swimwear! “Our design team worked hard to perfect the swim styles,” Kate said in a statement. “They’re sexy and stylish, but comfortable to wear, and we have styles for every body type.”
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The DWTS vet has long been our workout inspo, and now she's also our workout style inspo! And of course, her spring line with MPG Sport is packed with Insta-worthy pops of pattern, like palm-tree and botanic prints, and trendy cuts, like the high-neck mesh sports bra. We're already excited for her fall collection, which has “a little bit more of a dancer feel,” she says.
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The superstar debuted her Ivy Park line in a contemplative video (with her daughter Blue Ivy as a guest star!) in March. She explains that even though running was tough, “It taught me discipline,” she says in the video. “And I would think about my dreams. I would think about the sacrifices my parents made for me.” Whether or not you're as serious about fitness as Bey, you can get her look: The line hits TopShop and Nordstrom April 14!
The singer showed her Fenty x Puma collection during New York Fashion Week in February. “I get a lot of freedom working with them,” Rihanna told PeopleStyle of her collaboration with the brand. “And that’s something you don’t get a lot of times working with a huge brand. They trusted me a lot on my direction, and the things I wanted to do.” Her sneakers (with her signature extended front tongues) already have tons of celeb fans, like Gigi Hadid.
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“Having a baby definitely changes your routine, and I have to work around his schedule,” Carrie told PEOPLE of her post-baby gym time. Luckily she looks cute in CALIA (sold exclusively at Dick’s Sporting Goods) when she does it. The country star was involved in all aspects of the design process so you can mimic Carrie’s style at the gym (but sadly, a leg press is required for those killer stems).
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“I go to yoga three times a week, but nothing fits me perfectly,” the Rich Kids of Beverly Hills star tells PEOPLE. “I have a camel toe in everything.” So, she collaborated with Touché LA to create her own line. “I put my heart and soul into it, and I would wear it every day all day,” she says.
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Burke's line QVC, cee bee CHERYL BURKE, is “made for the everyday woman,” the former DWTS pro says. “It goes from XS to 3X.” And it's designed to be flattering: “It has a lot of color blocking to give the illusion of slimmer waist and thighs, which I love,” she says. “It also has extra wicking in the material to really absorb sweat. You can't usually find similar quality materials unless you pay hundreds of dollars.”
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Caelum, the name of the actress and TV host’s fitness line, is Latin for “chisel” – and just happens to perfectly describe Brooke’s killer (43-year-old!) bod.
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The famed figure skater's line, Tsuya, features modern pieces (think asymmetrical zips and shoulder cutouts) and unexpectedly sassy basics, like tanks with strappy backs. Plus, a portion of proceeds from the line goes to her Always Dream Foundation, which focuses on child literacy.
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The former Biggest Loser guru includes some of her inspirational saying on her pieces in the Impact by Jillian Michaels line for Kmart – in addition to more practical pieces that are perfect for someone who lives at the gym, as she does. Buy It! kmart.com
The Modern Family actress may look like a million bucks in her Kmart activewear line, but most of the pieces in her line went for under 20 bucks!
She's a supermodel in incredibly good shape, so always got either fashion or fitness on her mind. That's why it was no surprise to us that she said the goal of her New Balance collaboration was to “bring the runway to the treadmill.”