I'm obsessed with Ganni's new activewear range - but these are the 5 items that actually made my wishlist

Run, don't walk.

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Fashion giant Ganni have this week launched a new range of activewear and we are, in a word, obsessed.

While it's not their first foray into fit kit - they launched Ganni Klub back in 2021, a collection spanning nineteen items of casual fitness gear - the new launch marks a more permanent fixture for the brand.

Available both in store and online, the collection includes thirty items spanning sports bras, cycling shorts, workout leggings, tennis dresses and more, all promising to be both high performance yet style-forward, too. 

Designed for an active everyday, the brand was certified as a B Corp brand in 2020 with a score of 90.6 points. In short, this means that means that you've been tested over a number of years to ensure that you're actually meeting the sustainable and environmental standards you say you are. 

Not heard of the brand before? You'll likely have seen their exaggerated collars, statement cowboy boots or signature knit vests doing the rounds on Instagram, where their page has amassed over a million followers. 

Influencers love the brand, as do celebrities spanning Beyoncé, Bella Hadid, Priyanka Chopra, and Daisy Edgar-Jones who've all been spotted wearing their designs. 

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The Danish brand made headline news with their New Balance and Barbour collaborations last year, and it looks like stylish yet functional fashion is set to be their focus for 2023, too.

The new line marks the brand's continued expansion into the athleisurewear space, with Creative Director Ditte Reffstrup adding: "It’s been a long time in the making - we’ve worked super hard to find the right responsible high performing materials and get the expression just right."

"Our lifestyle in Copenhagen is pretty active whether that means cycling across town, going to the gym, doing yoga or taking long walks," he continues. "I really wanted to create something that fits the many different ways we incorporate movement into our lives and make it feel super fun and versatile."

I'm a Health and Sustainability Editor who tests fit kit for a living and I'm, in a word, obsessed. The designs are bold, chic and stylish, and I love the fact that all the items are designed to be worn from gym to gin. Creating a capsule wardrobe, in my opinion, is all about incorporating workout items that you can wear day-to-day, too. Not to mention it's better for both the planet and your purse.

Scroll the items I'll be buying below.

I'm a Health and Sustainability Editor - this is what I'll be buying from Ganni Sport 

Ally Head
Health, Sustainability and Relationships Editor

Ally Head is Marie Claire UK's Health, Sustainability, and Relationships Editor, eight-time marathoner, and Boston Qualifying runner. Day-to-day, she works across site strategy, features, and e-commerce, reporting on the latest health updates, writing the must-read health and wellness content, and rounding up the genuinely sustainable and squat-proof gym leggings worth *adding to basket*. She regularly hosts panels and presents for things like the MC Sustainability Awards, has an Optimum Nutrition qualification, and saw nine million total impressions on the January 2023 Wellness Issue she oversaw, with health page views up 98% year on year, too. Follow Ally on Instagram for more or get in touch.