Part of NYFW, MPG Sport made its debut with a vibrant if not understated collection. Check it out!
MPG has a dynamic connection with sport. The brand has a strong legacy with the industry, and its debut at NYFW is a unique one, bringing a truly targeted look to the presentation floor. “Athleisure” may have had a moment in the spotlight, but now it’s returned to its true owners, a place where quality and technology are matched with style and fashion. Of course, MPG Sport regards this as lifestyle, allowing the sporting lifestyle to manifest in structured blazers and pinstripes, a nice break from the loud neons and reds often found on sporting wear. Of course, the vintage idea is there, but not overwhelming as the fabrics are top-notch.
The colors are gracious and modern and weighty, elements of plum, wine, champagne pink and navy, the Fall/Winter Women’s Collection feels refined and totally elegant despite still being sportwear. The bottom line is this: the collection from MPG erases any line dividing athletic apparel and fashion RTW.
For the men, think tones of navy, hunter green, grey and aubergine are accented with none other than jade. The overall mood is graceful and composed, calming, even. We can absolutely imagine those who enjoy sport and an active lifestyle to occupy these garments with confidence and class, the perfect compliment to the otherwise understated wardrobe, the athletic space often not emotional or interesting enough for the average consumer, or use patterns that are too jarring and complex, a poor representation of the wearer’s personality. MPG Sport hits the mark.
The collection makes a strong statement with its outerwear offerings, and boasts fabrications with hidden assets such as moisture-wicking and reflective fabrics to prove the enduring quality of these garments, in use in sport or simply relaxing. Niki Taylor, model, and Danielle Campbell made appearances at the presentation, as well as the CEO of MPG, Ash Modha. Lifestyle indeed!