Kenzo Sport has long been revered for its functional and high-tech approach to activewear, setting themselves leagues ahead of their contemporaries as they fuse light and airy designs with the boldest of graphic finishes.
With its latest step, the high-performance brand is now staking a claim on the speed-obsessed world of cycling: think style-conscious track jackets in featherweight mesh, insulating jumpers in lime jersey, slouchy track pants with bold tapered trims and bold monogrammed shorts for the style-conscious dresser riding circles around you in the velodrome.
And here’s the clincher: the collection even includes a custom folding bike and helmet made in collaboration with Overade and London-based bike manufacturers Brompton, respectively. With only 50 numbered bikes existing across the world, all the proceeds from this game-changing collab will go to Qhubeka, a global charity that donates bicycles as part of the World Bicycle Relief charity programme in South Africa.
KENZO Sport 3 will be released on October 25th.