The brand-new Caelum Greene is nestled on Hollywood Road and plays home to a select edit of known and not-so-known sportswear brands that champion the millennial wellness concept. The brainchild of former Christian Louboutin buyer Charlotte Tsuei, the store positively radiates goodness with its light and airy fittings, sleek displays and knowledgeable staff. With a suite of exciting brands on offer, and a real drive to support eco-conscious labels, Caelum Greene may just be your new go-to for sports gear that combines first-class performance with fresh, modern style. We picked out five of the coolest brands, matching them to your favourite workout.
Ready, Set, Spin
Sports brand BodyLanguage is based in sunny California, the home of spinning, and with its high-tech performance fabrics and slick aesthetic, you’ll be hard-pressed to beat it on or off the bike. Pair the moisture-wicking leggings with a cool cropped tank, and hit your workout hard.
The nature-inspired prints and vibrant colours of boutique Australian label L’urv will channel your inner Yogi’s innate sense of serene style. Keep your cool whether you practice Ashtanga, Vinyasa or Bikram, and stay comfortable in uniquely detailed and cleverly cut separates.
Time for Tennis
Get out on court in Michi’s mesh-spliced tennis dress to give your game a boost. The New York-based brand is about more than just pretty gym gear; the durable fabrics and clever technical constructions across the full range will soon have you hooked.
Take your workout further and make Splits59 your go-to brand. The new collection comprises seamless leggings, quick-dry tanks and sports bras designed for minimal chafing, cementing Splits59 as the pioneer for high-performance sportswear with a seriously stylish twist.
Olympia’s streamlined separates are composed of lightweight, breathable stretch fabrics to let you focus on giving your best each time you pull on your trainers. Whether you’re in the gym or heading outside, Olympia’s neutral designs hit a style high with premium performance points to boot.