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P.E Nation Makes Its Debut With 2016 Spring/Summer "In Training" Collection

Urban activewear with a touch of retro and a twist of tomboy.

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P.E Nation Makes Its Debut With 2016 Spring/Summer "In Training" Collection

Urban activewear with a touch of retro and a twist of tomboy.

Hailing from Australia, P.E Nation debuts its first collection “In Training” with a line of athletic apparel. The label’s designers, Pip Edwards and Claire Tregoning, aim to blur the lines between activewear and streetwear, creating energy-enhancing coordinates that reflect a sense of confident authenticity and focuses on functionality, fabric and fit, for an urban lifestyle. The collection features a series of raw cut tees, bomber jackets, bike shorts, crop-tops, leggings and swimwear to reflect the modern wearer on-the-go. Having drawn inspiration from the 80’s, the garments are created in vibrant retro-inspired colors and prints. The Australian label will launch stateside in May. View the gallery above to see the full collection, now on sale at P.E Nation’s website. To learn more about how Pip and Claire launched the new line, you can watch the video below.

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