These luxurious sports accessories are a sure way for every fashionista to be able to exercise in style! From basketball to skiing, tennis to skateboarding, the leading fashion designers have got all sporting activities covered. It’s the start of a brand new year (as well as a new decade) and usually top of everyone’s New Years Resolution list is to up their fitness game, so what better way than to get started with some of these fabulous items:
1) Louis Vuitton volley ball
The Louis Vuitton Monogram volley ball, Priced at £1680, is a combination of leather and canvas in a patchwork effect, creating a playful spin on the characteristic Louis Vuitton Monogram. This comes with a bag in similar colours, which also features Monogram details.
2) Chanel Basket Ball
The Chanel basketball with Chanel inscription in the classic black and gold, even comes with it’s own carrying chain. Around £2,000
3) Burberry Yoga Mat
The monogram Burberry yoga Mat, priced at £320
4) Supreme Skateboards
Supreme skateboards, spring-summer 2019 collection
5) Chanel surfboard
There have been several versions of the Chanel surfboards produced over the last few years, priced at around £7000 and only available upon request.
6) Chanel Tennis racket
Who can remember that episode of ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ with Kris Jenner and her Chanel tennis equipment? This racket and matching ball set will definitely turn heads on the court!
7) Chanel Ski wear
It’s clear to see that Chanel are leaders in this trend and they have been adding their logo to a variety of sports equipment. Recently, we’ve seen Kylie Jenner all over Instagram dressed head to toe in her Chanel and Fendi ski-wear, covered in the monogrammed logos.
If sports equipment is not your thing, you can still get involved with this trend with designer swimwear or winter accessories for skiing such as these Chanel earmuffs which are absolutely stunning.
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I personally think this is such a fun way to link fashion and sports together in this way. Although I’m not too sure I would want to actually use the items considering how much they cost, and I would probably keep them as display items/collectors pieces instead as they are guaranteed to increase in value and become investments in the future. Either way, it’s making me want to get exercising and start my new year fitness regime!