Betsey Johnson’s Fall13 show inspired new activewear line

Betsey Johnson has just officially launched her activewear line, that was inspired from there Fall 2013 runway show called “BJ Kicks A.”  She somehow managed to keep her punk look by using fishnet textured, nylon spandex, and performance enhancing moisture-wicking material.  She used peplum shapes, corset piping, and bows.  There are color block cropped workout leggings, hoodie jackets, and mesh cut out tanks.  The color palette, as you can imagine, is hot pink, charcoal and black.  This activewear can be purchased at Nordstrom, Macy’s and on Betsey Johnson’s own website.  Go take a look!

http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/fashion-news/newsdetails.aspx?news_id=167526

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3 thoughts on “Betsey Johnson’s Fall13 show inspired new activewear line

  1. Wow. Interesting turn in the “punk” aesthetic. I don’t think anyone would have seen this coming in 1979… 🙂 I think only Betsey Johnson could have pulled this off.

  2. I think it is really amazing that Betsey stays true to herself in everything she does. Most people who design active wear make the clothing simple and bland. The fact that Betsey uses fun colors and designs sets her apart in the active wear world. Having stylish clothes to wear while working out make it seem like less of a chore. and more of a fun activity.

  3. It’s surprising and refreshing to see a designer who is known for fun, frilly dresses come out with an active wear line. Active wear is becoming a crossover of something people wear to the gym and during their day to day activities, so people care more about the aesthetic of it now more than ever. Betsey Johnson hit the ball with this one!

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