When he's not creating for Givenchy, Riccardo Tisci dabbles in sneakers design and luxury sportswear. His latest collection for Nikelab expands his first few collabs with the Oregon-based brand into a new line.
First out, the initial phase of the collection features black and white athleisure pieces with innovative textures (see: the mesh panels, allowing you check the progress you're making on your 6-pack.)
But there's also Flynit sneakers available in black and white, a sports bralette, and a "training skirt" that we'd happily borrow from the women's closet:
The second phase of the collection will feature bold florals see (below) inspired by three locations: Nike's headquarters in Portland, Tisci's roots in Italy, and the Rio de Janeiro summer Olympics.
While those may not be the kind of basics you'd like to flaunt when you're sweating through five sets of squats, at least you'll look super-stylish for our favorite part of working out: the protein shake and couch lounging rest.