Subscribe to the woman with drive newsletter

Planning a five-star vacation? Want in on the latest in fitness and style? Or perhaps you are looking for inspiration from women at the peak of their lives. Whatever you seek in the world of luxury, woman with drive will show you the way. So subscribe now and keep yourself up to speed!

Luxe List

Trends come and go, but one thing that will always be in style is looking good and staying in shape.  If you’re heading to a morning yoga class or hitting the gym, why not sweat in style?

Here is the womanwithdrive must-have list of luxe sportswear and where to get it:


Lucas Hugh

Lucas Hugh combines sports science and luxury design.  It has used modern fabric technologies to ensure its range has the technical performance of professional sportswear without becoming utilitarian. Instead the designs are simple and elegant and loved by icons like Elle McPherson.  The brand comprises a versatile range of tops, leggings, jackets and even swimwear.

Shop now



The sports luxe trend has seen active wear comfortably strolling down couture runways this year.  Sneakers with designer twists were seen across Dior, Alexander Wang and Marc by Marc Jacobs.  Chanel gave their signature style to tweed sneakers taking the look one step further with models sporting quilted elbow and knee pads.  We’ve seen the fashion house release surfboards, tennis rackets and polo sets, but sportswear is now integrating into couture.

Visit: Chanel boutiques


Stella McCartney for Adidas

Kings of collaborations, Adidas is known to partner with powerhouse fashion giants. Possibly the best known is their collaboration with UK darling Stella McCartney who is in her tenth year of designing luxe sportswear.  Her pieces are fashion forward but always practical and favoured by sportswomen like Caroline Wozniaki.

Shop now


Adidas Y-3 by Yohji Yamamoto

While Stella McCartney has earned her name in the Adidas house, Yohji Yomamoto’s collection for Adidas deserves an honourable mention.  The Japanese mastermind joined forces with Adidas in 2003 to bring her renowned avant-garde creations to the sportswear arena.  Go from the gym to a night out in just a few steps.

Shop now


Hessein Chalayan for Puma

Puma’s Black Label, under the creative direction of designer Hussein Chalayan elevates sportswear to lust-after pieces of artwork.  Since teaming up with Puma in 2008, the fashion forward label has teamed up with iconic designers such as Alexander McQueen to create the most fashion-forward athletic minded collections.

Shop now


Image credit:,,


Share Article

You may also like