8 Athleisure Brands Celebrities Are Making Popular

It's well understood that celebrities wear giant athletic brands like Nike and Adidas, but when it comes to the subject of slightly lesser-known labels, finding out who is wearing what can be a fun discovery process to benefit your own wardrobe. Really, what is better than finding out the exact pieces fashionable celebs are wearing for their daily coffee runs or comfortable outfits for the airport that you can repeat for your own off-duty outfits?

And because we're all about keeping your look unique and up to date, we sifted through athleisure outfits on stylish women with everyone from Emily Ratajkowski and Storm Reid to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Kourtney Kardashian to uncover what activewear is in their closets right now. Many of them are on the rise now, but we have a feeling that about to be the next big thing. Here, shop eight cool athleisure brands that deserve a place in your wardrobe.

1. Sporty & Rich

Taking inspiration from retro sportwear from the '80s and '90s, Sporty & Rich designs cool activewear pieces that have a cult following among the celeb and fashion set.

2. Les Tiens

L.A.-based brand Les Tiens specializes in perfectly cut sweatsuits with a focus on craftsmanship and high-quality materials, so it's no surprise you'll find celebs like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wearing its pieces.

3. Alo Yoga

Alo Yoga has the perfect pieces for a yoga class, but also pretty much any loungewear moment. You can count Emily Ratajkowski among its celeb fans.

4. Outdoor Voices

There's a reason Outdoor Voices has a cult following. The brand's chic leggings and other workout wear are very popular among more than just celebrities.

5. Fenty

Rihanna's clothing brand, Fenty, is stocked with seriously cool athleisure pieces that focus on cool fits and strong colors.

6. Entireworld

Entireworld is a brand you probably recognize from Instagram that is popular for the cozy, colorful pieces that range from sweats to tee to knits.

7. Pangaia

Pangaia is dedicated to saving the environment, which it puts into practice by creating garments with zero waste through upcycling and the use of recycled materials. Plus, the designs are so cool, you'll want to add its pieces to your closet right away.

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