Coming in an array playful, bold and confident colourful colourways, think: punchy purple, khaki green, and neutrals like black and grey marl, each athleisure piece works as a building block of for your every day (and iso) wardrobe.
Speaking to Vogue Australia about the launch, Co-founder, Pip Edwards said that this next move felt like a natural progression, “It made sense to finally dedicate a portion of the business to a unisex category where the fits were designed to cater for men, but are to be worn by all.”
Utilising performance fabrications like organic hemp cotton, polycotton, and reverse terry; each item garment dyed to ensure individuality and a vintage feel across the range.
Ultimately, the collection is about pushing gender boundaries, removing competition and replacing ego with community and inclusivity. “UNI-form sees the power in our collective similarities, celebrates the common thread we all share irrespective of age or industry, and revels in our individual style,” reads the press release.
P.E Nations UNI-form collection will be available exclusively online through PE-nation.com from tomorrow. So, any takers? Because payday is coincidentally tomorrow and couple dressing in tracksuits is a huge iso mood.
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