Kendall Jenner’s favorite sportswear Gymshark launches new Flex collection in Australia

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The VERY flattering and budget-friendly workout gear that’s taking the world by storm – and it’s a favorite of supermodels Kendall Jenner and Kaia Gerber

  • Kendall Jenner is one of the many famous fans of the British sportswear brand Gymshark
  • The affordable fitness label sells form-fitting shorts, bras, and tights starting at $ 55
  • Kendall, 25, was recently spotted in LA with pieces from the new collection
  • Until now, Australians had to wait weeks for orders to be shipped from England
  • But thanks to a new distribution center in Melbourne, delivery takes just three days

Australian gym goers can now get their hands on Kendall Jenner’s favorite affordable activewear brand just three days after ordering online.

The 25-year-old model is one of many celebrity fans Gymshark, a budget-friendly British fitness label that sells form-fitting shorts, bras and sports leggings from just $ 55 (AUD).

The founder of 818 Tequila recently filmed herself on Instagram doing a home workout in gray shorts from the brand’s latest collection, Flex, one of the most popular to date.

Until now, Australians had to wait weeks for online orders to ship from the UK, but the opening of a new distribution center in Melbourne means delivery now takes less than three business days.

Australian gymgoers can now get their hands on pieces from Kendall Jenner's favorite affordable activewear brand (pictured on a customer) just three days after ordering online

Australian gymgoers can now get their hands on pieces from Kendall Jenner’s favorite affordable activewear brand (pictured on a customer) just three days after ordering online

Kendall, 25, recently filmed herself on Instagram doing a home workout in gray shorts from the brand's latest collection, Flex (pictured)

Kendall, 25, recently filmed herself on Instagram doing a home workout in gray shorts from the brand’s latest collection, Flex (pictured)

Until now, Australians had to wait weeks for online orders to ship from the UK, but the launch of a distribution center in Melbourne means delivery now takes three business days.

Until now, Australians had to wait weeks for online orders to ship from the UK, but the launch of a distribution center in Melbourne means delivery now takes three business days.

The new range, which is made at Liberty Textiles and Seamless Wear in Istanbul, Turkey, can be ordered from the website of the brand.

It includes $ 55 sports bras, $ 55 gym shorts, and $ 80 high-waisted leggings that will keep you in place no matter how hard you work out.

Fans are raving about the new collection online, with comments like ‘I’m obsessed’, ‘looks so good’ and ‘this fit is everything’ seen all over Instagram.

An Australian shopper complained she was ‘still broke’ since the last launch and begged Gymshark to stop releasing such stylish series.

Others said they had already ordered new pieces after seeing them on celebrities like Jenner, Kaia Gerber and Vanessa Hudgens.

Fans are excited about the new collection online

Reactions like 'I'm obsessed', 'looks so good' and 'this fit is everything' can be seen all over Instagram

Fans rave about the new collection online, with comments like ‘I’m obsessed’, ‘looks so good’ and ‘this fit is everything’ seen all over Instagram

Model Kaia Gerber wears Gymshark's best-selling workout tights during a Pilates class on March 9, 2021

Model Kaia Gerber wears Gymshark’s best-selling workout tights during a Pilates class on March 9, 2021

Victoria's Secret model Jasmine Tookes wears Gymshark leggings on her way to a gym in Los Angeles, California, on April 20, 2021

Victoria’s Secret model Jasmine Tookes wears Gymshark leggings on her way to a gym in Los Angeles, California, on April 20, 2021

Gymshark was founded in 2012 by friends Lewis Morgan and Ben Francis when they were teenagers studying business at Worcester University and Aston University in Birmingham.

Nine years later, it is one of the world’s most popular activewear brands and a multimillion-dollar company.

The label has no physical stores and markets itself with the help of fitness influencers who have many followers on social media.

In 2016, Lewis stepped down from the company but remained a shareholder before selling his remaining stake for £ 100 million / $ 180 million (AUD) in August 2020.

Later that month, Gymshark was worth £ 1 billion / $ 1.8 billion (AUD) after US private equity giant General Atlantic acquired a 21 percent stake in the company, making founder Ben Francis the richest self-made Briton. under 30 was worth about £ 650 million.

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