StyleANDMinimalism | Trend | Sports Luxe | Miranda Kerr

Whether you’re wearing your sports socks with sandals or own a neoprene sweatshirt, have embraced the sports bra into your daily wardrobe or need your Stan Smiths surgically removed, it’s likely you’ve been bitten by the Sports Luxe bug. Also known as Athletic Chic and Sports Chic; it’s not a new trend but one that has snowballed since its appearance on the catwalk back in 2012, with designers Gareth Pugh, Alexander Wang and Balenciaga pioneering this new direction. It’s a trend that has had a huge impact on the fabric industry; it’s been suggested that Alexander Wang developed almost 90% of the fabrics in his SS12 collection.

StyleANDMinimalism | Trend | Sports Luxe | Alexandra Spencer for Revolve StyleANDMinimalism | Trend | Sports Luxe | Phil Oh Street Style in Sydney | Dalliance Magazine Shoot by Jordana Elise BevilleStyleANDMinimalism | Trend | Sports Luxe | Hedvig Opshaug photographed by Tommy TonStyleANDMinimalism | Trend | Sports Luxe | Margaret Zhang StyleANDMinimalism | Trend | Sports Luxe | Rush Hour - Vogue Germany | Julia Stegner Photographed by Claudia Knoepfel & Stefan Indlekofer for 25 Magazine StyleANDMinimalism | Trend | Sports Luxe | Adidas Sports Socks & White Trainers

Miranda Kerr in Vogue Korea, Alexandra Spencer for Revolve Clothing, Sydney street style by Streetpeeper, editorial shot by Jordana Elise Beville for Dalliance magazine, Hedvig Opshaug shot by Tommy Ton for Style.com, Margaret Zhang, Vogue Germany, Julia Stegner in 25 Magazine,