TALA and FILA are dropping a limited-edition collaboration: prices, release date and more
TALA and FILA are teaming up to drop a limited-edition collection – and this when you can buy it.
The collaboration sees the brands blend FILA’s iconic retro aesthetic with TALA’s sustainable designs.
It features apparel pieces including sweatshirts and joggers, sportswear including sports bras and cycle shorts, alongside trainers in two colourways.
The collection will be available from 12pm GMT on 9 November exclusively at wearetala.com.
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It marks the first collaboration for Grace Beverly’s hugely popular activewear brand TALA, which regularly sells out online.
They say they “came together with a shared idea – collaboration between brands and individuals alike can propel industry disruption, challenge the status quo, and work together to be better.”
The limited-edition collection is one of firsts, as it features TALA’S first ever trainer, which is available in blue and white.
It’s FILA’s signature Interation Trainer, which has been made in recycled materials for the first time ever, and it’s priced at £90.00 / $125
The collection, which will take you “from your workout to the street” features 12 pieces altogether.
It blends FILA’s heritage colours and iconic aesthetics with TALA’s signature flattering fits and sustainable and ethical production.
This includes a track jacket, crew sweatshirt, jogger, oversized t-shirt and shorts, all of which are in navy, blue and white colourways.
The sportswear pieces include a yoga pant, high waisted leggings, a bra top, cycling shorts and a sports bra.
Fans of TALA are pretty excited about the drop, with one commenting on Instagram: “Realistically I don’t ‘need’ anymore trainers, however I may need these trainers!!”.
Another echoed this, saying: “The amount of nerves I have that I won’t get my hands on the trainers is worth it.”
Others said, “the vibes are immaculate” and “can’t possibly pick a favourite. I’ll need one of each please and thanks”.
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