Online Fashion Shop Clothing

Rapid Strategies For Online Fashion In The Uk

These days, it feels like there's a new fashion-inclined fitness line every other week — and as committed as we are to athleisure, sometimes the price tags attached to them can feel excessive for clothes that, technically, are meant to be sweat in. The latest retailer to open up shop might be familiar to our friends across the pond, but it's worth getting reacquainted with its affordable basics in honor of its big stateside debut. U.K.-based Gymshark , which just hosted its first U.S. pop-up shop in New York, has built quite the following in the five years its been in business — just ask the 1.3 million folks following the brand on Instagram . The company has come a long way since then-19-year-old Ben Francis started it as a print-screening business in his garage, back in 2012. Today, it's perhaps best known for its "Flex Leggings," which consistently sell out within minutes every time they're restocked. Part of its success is likely due to the balance it maintains between basic and trend-driven designs, but we're guessing one of its biggest draws is also the crazy-affordable price tag attached to them: No item, save for one water-proof puffer jacket, is priced above $50. While you can still spot Francis' origin story in a few of Gymshark's logo-heavy hoodies, the label has since evolved into a unisex gym wear destination, backed by athletes, artists, and visionaries alike — all united by an appreciation of quality clothing on a budget. The aesthetic is less streetwear-inclined than some of its competitors, offering a step back towards tried-and-true gym basics.

For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.refinery29.com/2017/04/149907/gymshark-affordable-workout-clothes-us-launch-2017

South Korea names new defense minister to counter North's arms threat World News | Sun Jun 11, 2017 | 3:17am EDT South Korea names new defense minister to counter North's arms threat FILE PHOTO: South Korean President Moon Jae-in arrives for a meeting with his senior secretaries at the Presidential Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, June 1, 2017. Baek Seung-ryol/Yonhap via REUTERS SEOUL South Korea's President Moon Jae-in on Sunday nominated a former navy chief as his defense minister, the president's office said, as the government faces challenges tackling North Korea's rapidly developing weapons program. The nominee, Song Young-moo, was well suited to deal with North Korea's nuclear and missile threat, the presidential Blue House office said. Under third-generation leader Kim Jong Un, North Korea has been conducting missile tests at an unprecedented pace in an effort to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking the mainland United States. The North test-launched a new type of its cruise anti-ship missiles on Thursday, its fourth missile test since the South's Moon took office on May 10, pledging to engage in dialogue with Pyongyang. Song, who served in the navy for more than three decades, was Moon's main security adviser during his presidential campaign, reprising his role in Moon's 2012 presidential campaign. A decorated veteran, Song took part in a 2009 skirmish between North and South Korean naval vessels off the western coast of the Korean peninsula. Song's appointment does not need parliament's approval, but he must attend a hearing and answer questions from lawmakers. The Blue House said Song admitted to having falsely registered his residence information in the past, a criminal offense in South Korea.

FILE PHOTO: South Korean President Moon Jae-in arrives for a meeting with his senior secretaries at the Presidential Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, June 1, 2017.   Baek Seung-ryol/Yonhap via REUTERS South Korea names new defense minister to counter North's arms threat World News | Sun Jun 11, 2017 | 3:17am EDT South Korea names new defense minister to counter North's arms threat FILE PHOTO: South Korean President Moon Jae-in arrives for a meeting with his senior secretaries at the Presidential Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, June 1, 2017. Baek Seung-ryol/Yonhap via REUTERS SEOUL South Korea's President Moon Jae-in on Sunday nominated a former navy chief as his defense minister, the president's office said, as the government faces challenges tackling North Korea's rapidly developing weapons program. The nominee, Song Young-moo, was well suited to deal with North Korea's nuclear and missile threat, the presidential Blue House office said. Under third-generation leader Kim Jong Un, North Korea has been conducting missile tests at an unprecedented pace in an effort to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking the mainland United States. The North test-launched a new type of its cruise anti-ship missiles on Thursday, its fourth missile test since the South's Moon took office on May 10, pledging to engage in dialogue with Pyongyang. Song, who served in the navy for more than three decades, was Moon's main security adviser during his presidential campaign, reprising his role in Moon's 2012 presidential campaign. A decorated veteran, Song took part in a 2009 skirmish between North and South Korean naval vessels off the western coast of the Korean peninsula. Song's appointment does not need parliament's approval, but he must attend a hearing and answer questions from lawmakers. The Blue House said Song admitted to having falsely registered his residence information in the past, a criminal offense in South Korea. Many of Moon's ministerial choices have faced an uphill battle in parliament on this and other ethical issues, and lawmakers are likely to grill Song the same way.