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H&M may be outfitting the Swedish Olympic team for the games in Rio this summer, but the brand is making sure you have the chance to dress like an Olympian, too.
The retailer just announced the release date for their For Every Victory campaign — a high fashion performance sportswear collection for men and women set to hit stores July 21.
The campaign is fronted by a variety of inspirational athletes, including former Olympic decathlon gold-medalist Caitlyn Jenner along with gymnast Chelsea Werner, surfer Mike Coots, and boxer Namibia Flores.
According to the designers, the pieces have a high fashion look but are highly technical and fit for an athlete. “This is a collection about performance with great style and the input of the Swedish Olympic team has been invaluable in the creation process. The result is high fashion technical sports pieces for everyone to wear,” says Pernilla Wohlfahrt, design and creative director at H&M.
News about the collection and campaign made the rounds back in April when H&M unveiled the opening ceremony uniforms they designed for the Swedish Olympic team. Although the For Every Victory collection was designed with those blue and gold uniforms in mind, the new collection has a unique color palette of its own, featuring dusty pink, black, gray, and gold.
Highlights include striped leggings, sports bras, racerback tanks, jackets, and backpacks, with prices ranging from around $6 for a headband to $60 for a jacket.
See some of our favorites from the collection below: