Sweat In Style With Technogym And Dior’s Collaboration

The pair have teamed up to create a limited-edition series of fitness products.

By Terry Christodoulou 08/10/2021

Let’s be honest, working up a sweat is hardly an elegant endeavour.

However, the latest collaboration between Italian fitness brand Technogym and French fashion maison Dior unveils an exciting design series of limited-edition home fitness products.

The new line  — which is being labelled “Dior Vibe” — is part of the maison’s upcoming 2022 Cruise show.

Within the collection include a treadmill, a multifunction bench and a wellness ball – all of which are imbued with the design codes associated with Dior’s elegance.

First, the Technogym My Run For Dior sees the quiet treadmill, with tablet connectivity, offer a wide range of on-demand running and walking routes. Here, the Christian Dior label is found on the side panel of the treadmill in a blue and white theme.

The blue and white theme continues on the wellness ball – alongside a five-pointed star motif – and the bench.

The bench itself comes with a range of dumbbells up to 10kg and resistance band attachments for a versatile workout of over 200 exercises thanks to an extensive library of on-demand exercises.

The collaborations will be available exclusively in Dior boutiques worldwide starting in January 2022 with pricing to be revealed.

Technogym.com / dior.com

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