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Celine’s Latest Collection is Dedicated to the Art of Pilates

Sweat in style..

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Reformer pilates, if you know, you KNOW. There is a reason why the workout has a cult following, and if you, too, consider yourself a Pilates girlie, you’re in luck because our two worlds are colliding. That’s right, come October you can sweat in style with Celine’s new collection, dedicated entirely to the art of pilates.

Shot by Hedi Slimane, Celine’s just-dropped campaign gives us a first look at the collection. The images star friend of the House (and pilates girlie) Kaia Gerber. The collection includes everything you need to sweat in style, from a Triomphe-printed yoga mat to kettlebells and workout blocks. This collection is extra in the best possible way.

Of course, you can outfit yourself in Celine, too, with a matching workout set (don’t forget your Triomphe headphones, which will get you to class in style). Plus, for those true devotees, a full Celine-ified reformer drops, too—I wasn’t kidding when I said extra!

The collection will be available online and in stores this coming October.

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Mohammed
Mohammed
1 month ago

The cringe is real.

Thefashionableteacher
Thefashionableteacher
1 month ago

As someone who works out at home daily, I really like luxury workout gear (still trying convince my husband that I need the LV dumbbells). They make cool at-home gym decor. Let’s be real here. No one is really going to actually workout with those. I’ll take the kettlebell, dumbbells, blocks, and the mat.

jiljenner
jiljenner
28 days ago

I’m curious with which company they collaborated to produce the Reformer. I quite like it.