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Good Sport

Good Sport


Play fair and fashionable this season with our athletic edit


Words by Ashleigh Gribbon


The intersection between sport and fashion has been a sartorial hotspot for the past few seasons – and, trust us, elevated athletic wear is staying put for the foreseeable future. Looking to champion the trend? Check out our hand-picked edit of the labels mastering sportswear this season. Game, set and match…




Style Lengths


A fledgling label we think will go the distance, New York-based KATAMA delivers gold when it comes to poolside dressing. Founder Garrett Neff blends his father’s preppy look with the slick aesthetic of his well-travelled grandfather to create a hybrid collection for the dapper swimmer.

From left: KATAMA; American diver Sammy Lee at the Helsinki 1952 Summer Olympics (Bettmann)





Tee Time


From the putting green to the clubhouse, versatile staples are your wardrobe equivalent of a hole in one. Take Lacoste’s retro-fit shirting – cotton classics that lend themselves to track pants and chinos alike. Ditch your Argyles for something a little more modern come tee off with socks from Thom Browne, Gucci or Paul Smith.

From left: actor Cesar Romero in 1936 (Bettmann); Lacoste; Gene Sarazen competing in the 1932 National Open (Bettmann)





Ahoy There


The enduring nautical stripes are the expected choice for sailing sunny shores this summer, but we think Lacoste’s alternative rendition of luxury basics deserve their time in the sun. Tack the line in style by tucking relaxed shirting into tapered joggers and pair with all-white Filling Pieces sneakers.

From left: KATAMA; American diver Sammy Lee at the Helsinki 1952 Summer Olympics (Bettmann)





Go The Distance


Setting the sports-luxe pace on the runway this summer (as usual), AMI Alexandre Mattiussi puts the classic tracksuit into the premium realm with lustrous fabrics and sleek tonal stripes. Pair the navy two-piece with high-performance footwear when taking to the (fashion) track at speed: Asics’ Gel Quantum sneakers.

From left: AMI Alexandre Mattiussi; singer Lee Humphries in 1975 (Michael Putland/Getty Images)





Ace It


Balancing old-school details with brand-new technicality, Hydrogen’s latest specialist collection is designed to add advantage to on-court performance – and style. An edit fit for Federer, the brand’s modern graphics put a fresh spin on the typical monochromatic look. Play it cool come Wimbledon with sneakers to match.

From left: Jack Crawford vs Christian Boussus (Corbis via Getty Images); Hydrogen; Henri Cochet vs H W ‘Bunny’ Austin in 1933 (Getty Images)




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