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The Luxe Appeal of Nagnata

Getting to know the brand that’s redefined gym gear.


It’s not often that sportswear is deemed luxurious.

Sports bras with awkward padding and tights with holes in the seams have become a normality in my sportswear closet. It seems gym attire is growing in price while simultaneously losing its longevity.

This is certainly not the case with Australian brand, Nagnata.

Nagnata had their big break in 2019 when Vogue’s editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, viewed their collection at the National Gallery of Victoria. The brand was mentioned in Vogue Australia’s ‘Meet our Future’ segment in their February 2019 Edition.

The premium brand now boasts a focus on inclusivity and diversity whilst proving sustainability in all facets of fashion is possible.

Naganta was invited by British retailer NET-A-PORTER to be a part of their NET SUSTAIN platform, dedicated to showcasing environmentally conscious designs.

Both organic cotton and Australian merino wool are a focal point of their products. We adore their NET SUSTAIN Yoni Two-tone Organic Cotton-Blend shorts. Made from GOTS-certified cotton these bike shorts are ideal for low-impact movement but are just too cute stay confined to the gym. Wear them with an oversized shirt and high neck singlet for a sporty chic look.

Edit by Ellen Madden
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