Kenzo Minami x LWF Legging

Originally from Hyogo, Japan, Kenzo Minami is an artist and designer who currently lives in New York City. He's collaborated with many brands and companies, including our friends at The Lonely Whale Foundation. Kenzo designed an exclusive print that we now have on our signature leggings and crop tanks. More of his work can be found here. He has worked with many notable brands and some of his work is currently in the MoMA Architecture and Design permanent collection. If it's good enough for the MOMA, it's good enough for us!


FIT Designed for comfort, our leggings feature a high, elastic-free waistband. The fabric is smooth, has four-way stretch, and the leggings are full length (hitting about at the ankle, for most people!) The fabric is wicking, breathable, and ideal for casual, medium effort activities like yoga, jogging, or dance. Technical enough for a class, stylish and comfortable enough for a bold athleisure statement on Saturday. 

PRODUCTION: The leggings are assembled in a fair wage factory in Los Angeles, CA with domestically produced materials. This pair of leggings contain >20 plastic, post-consumer water bottles. 

FABRIC: Our fabric blend contains 86% polyester derived from post-consumer, domestically sourced recycled plastic water bottles and 14% spandex. Stretchy enough for movement, while still maintaining its' shape and fit throughout the day. The fabric is UPF 50, breathable, and wicking.  

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