Written by Konstantia Braniotis on 11.06.15

Have you heard of fashion’s latest buzz word? No? Not to worry; we’ve got you covered. The latest trend to hit the fashion world stems from the overwhelming desire for leisure and sport clothes to not only be well designed but also stylish. Hence, athleisure. This trend is here to stay due to the fact that people are embracing healthier lifestyles as well as demanding more functionality from their wardrobe.

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Cory Vines, a Montreal based active wear line embodies such a philosophy. The brand’s cool and hip take on athleisure is much welcomed in Montreal for those who are looking to replace their basic boring gym attire with well curated active-wear essentials that go the distance.

Their vibe is a mix of West Coast meets East coast: West coast for its healthy, clean, and active lifestyle and East coast for its urban stylish street edge.

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CEO Daniel Lieberman and his team have created a brand that tries to encompass that lifestyle. Whether you are a hard core yogi, a spin fanatic, or just down to chill with friends, Cory Vines‘ aim is to give you more of what you need and less of what you don’t need. Their designs are simple yet versatile and their pieces are done in the latest innovative fabrics that embody the brand mantra of less quantity, more quality. As a bonus, this is a line of active wear that feels great but does not break the bank.

From the Neighborhood collection to the Lane collection, the line meet your needs. Cory Vines lives by the ideology that being active does not simply mean to be active yourself, but to also be active in your local community.

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Visit their website and blog to see more of the Cory Vines community. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to keep up to date with the latest trends. Don’t forget to check out their pop-up store on St Laurent that will be open for the next 3 months.

3455 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2X 2T6

Photos courtesy of Cory Vines

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