League Collective, an Eco-fashion Brand That Promises Sustainable and High-tech Sportswear

Are you ready to invest in a British brand driven to develop a highly functional, strong and durable garments that have minimal impact on landfills and the wider environment?

We recently came across a fashion label called League Collective. They are an Eco-fashion brand that creates multipurpose, sustainable and high-tech sportswear for women.  The company is driven by their passion for developing highly functional, strong and durable garments through processes that have minimal impact on landfills and the wider environment.

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Founded by Lilly Richardson, the British brand uses 100% recycled fabrics wherever possible, something that has been made easier thanks to the improvements in technology which have meant that Yoga enthusiast Richardson has been able to create high-tech fabrics that do not have to harm the environment but instead can support it.

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League Collective’s durable, sustainable women’s Health and fitness garments have been designed to last longer. “Our customers are modern, urban women who are committed to their diverse and active lifestyles. We understand the complications and complexities of trying to fit activity around busy and high-powered schedules. As a solution, we have created practical and fashionable female sportswear with across the board functionality, making the transition from running, yoga, cycling and swimming a graceful one”, states their site.

Made exclusively in the UK, prices begin from £55.00. If you would like to own some of their pieces, bear in mind that although they are taking orders now, all purchases will be dispatched at the end of October 2018.

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Founding editor-in-chief & WearableTechStylist of FashNerd.com, Muchaneta has worked in the fashion industry for over 14 years. She is currently one of the leading influencers speaking and writing about the merger of fashion with technology and wearable technology and a regular contributor to digital news sites like Wareable.