Whether running the offense from a stadium pitch or performing onstage for a packed crowd, athletes and entertainers share a common need; recovery on the road, from game-to-game or performance-to-performance. Palm Angels and Under Armour are providing the solution with the ultimate recovery apparel capsule collection.

Founded by Francesco Ragazzi, Palm Angels is best known for iconic tracksuits that have become a staple amongst athletes and entertainers alike. Under Armour has been delivering innovation-driven apparel for 23 years, making athletes better by equipping them to perform at their best. With this new capsule, Under Armour is providing its latest breakthrough responsive textiles, developed in partnership with leading technology provider Celliant. The apparel will take the heat naturally produced by the body and recycle it back in the form of far infrared energy, aiding in the recovery process.

“Collaborating with Under Armour, I wanted to bring the unique designs of Palm Angels to Under Armour’s game-changing innovation in the form of all day, all night recovery. Similar to athletes, entertainers put stress on their bodies when traveling the world. I wanted to tell the story of athletes and entertainers who are constantly on the road through their personal style,” said Ragazzi.

Under Armour's holistic approach to training focuses on each hour of the day, not just the time spent sweating, which means rest is just as critical. Under Armour is expanding the idea of recovery from just sleeping to numerous other passive wearing occasions, including the time athletes and entertainers spend traveling.


Stella McCartney Summer 2019

Bringing together strength and softness, celebrating the bold and the feminine, Summer 2019 encapsulates the laid-back attitude of the quintessential Stella McCartney woman.
A spectrum of washed-out neons and dirty pastels—from bleached fluro lemonade to spearmint—feel classically Stella, eased with splashes of light khaki, nude and dream blue. These refreshing, highly-charged hues herald summer.
Swim-inspired jumpsuits in second-skin neoprene cover the body with wallpaper florals. Their silhouettes feel at once athletic and polished. Boyfriend blazers in lightweight linen and sustainable viscose are thrown over vivid organic cotton tie-dye T-shirts, offering a new perspective on summer tailoring. Knitted lace becomes commanding in orange and bright teal.
Organic denim becomes a statement as a jumpsuit and wide-legged trousers are finished with graphic ocean blue tie-dye. Knitwear is relaxed and undone, as chunky melanges, sliced openings and raw seams drape effortlessly. This natural ease continues through handworked yarns, oversized buttons and embroidered twill inserts.
Masculine meets feminine as cargoes and flight suits are borrowed from the boys. A football shirt in a soft, fine-gauge knit falls loosely, a structured shirt is constrained to emphasise the body and a shell suit is presented in pale blue ECONYL® recycled nylon.
Shop Stella McCartney Spring Summer 2019 collection here!


Inspired by those who create at all hours, adidas’ first reflective runner, Nite Jogger, returns. Retooled and restyled for the now. Proof that it’s never too late to pursue your vision.
BOOST technology. Hi-vis tooling. The contrast of urban grit and polish come together in the reintroduction of Adidas’ first reflective runner. NiteJogger. One look during the day. Another at night. With BOOST technology and hi-vis tooling, Nite Jogger becomes the most unmissable concept from adidas Originals yet. A new light in the dark. Nite Jogger combines the unmatched comfort of BOOST with hi-vis detailing, creating the newest — and most unmissable — form of street-style yet. See more from adidas Originals here