10/05/2017
One for the fashionistos.

Words by

George Tzintzis

Australian activewear label P.E Nation is doing one for the fashionistos. The brand will finally be releasing a full men’s collection in January 2018.

We know it’s a while but it’s worth the wait.

The label’s pretty tomboy anyways, but the new street-meets-sports range will be nothing short of effortless, functional and comfortable everyday wear.

And according to founder Pip Edwards, P.E Nation was never really intended for women only:

“It’s a tomboyish brand with roots anchored in menswear,” she told Ragtrader.

The label already gets weekly requests from men asking for menswear and already has male customers purchasing the outwear and sweats.

P.E Nation is set to offer two men’s collections per year, so keep your eye on socials for the latest.

pe-nation.com

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