Friday 24th of March 2023

Nairobi, Kenya

Kenyan Fitness Blogger Mitchelle Adagala Launches Women Activewear Line

Mitchelle Adagala is an award-winning fitness content curator who has been into fitness for more than ten years. She is the CEO and founder of Thrive Fitness, a means to help you become the best possible version of yourself physically, mentally & spiritually,  one exercise at a time.

Her platform uses a scientific approach to exercising.  The certified fitness trainer announced the launch on her Twitter page “My baby is finally here! my very own activewear line! Thank you GOD THRIVE ACTIVEWEAR”

It is called Thrive Activewear and so far contains six fantastic options of fitness apparel. The two-piece outfits are geared towards women.

Dolesi, Musimbi, Imali, Vugutsa, Vuyanzi, and Kageha are the names of the pieces; fondly given Luhya girl names.

  1. Dolesi and Musimbi Collection Set 

2. Imali and Vugutsa Collection Set 

3. Vuyanzi, and Kageha Collection Set 

The two-piece workout fits are differently colored as well with blues, nudes, greens, and greys part of the shades. They each comprise leggings and a top in different designs.

With 10 years of training experience, Mitchelle has committed herself to a fitness lifestyle with which she has set out to be an example and testimony. Thrive activewear has been two years in the making. You can shop the pieces at www.thrivebymitchelle.com.

On her website www.thrivebymitchelle.com, she also offers virtual gyms and personalized training.

Certified Fitness Professional

Guiding you through this journey, every training program is customized and individualized to your fitness goals, applying the principles of Exercise Science and Nutrition Science; ensuring the safety of your health all throughout and guaranteed results.

Content courtesy of Thrive By Mitchelle & Nairobi fashion hub

The Nike Air Max 90 “Green Duck Camo” Releases Tomorrow 15th May 2020

Though 2020 is now, for all intents and purposes, cancelled, a few of the annual Nike events were able to slip in right before things really took a turn for the worst.

Among an eventful All-Star Weekend and noteworthy collaborative releases, the brand was also able to kick off Air Max Day with little to no interruptions, bringing out striking takes of the Air Max 90 including one that used the ever-iconic “Duck Camo” pattern.

Effectively a sequel to that exact pair, the “Green Duck Camo” takes the familiar and filters it through new palettes. The bright, Volt-like “Ghost Green” shade covers every under in place of the aforementioned’s Infrared, while the overlays skew the camouflage to a range of earth tones and desert-like styling.

The NIKE AIR MAX 90 in Ghost Green and Duck Camo is a camouflage option that wants to be seen…

The whole idea of camouflage is going undetected, but there’s little chance of that with this forthcoming colourway, which expertly blends textured Duck Camo panels with electrifying pops of Ghost Green mesh. The shoe comes with three sets of laces, allowing the wearer to easily transform its look and vibe whenever suits. It may also be a nice consolation prize for anybody who missed out on the Reverse Duck Camo earlier this year.

Grab one more look at these right here, and if you’re planning on copping a set for yourself, then be sure to tune into our Ghost Green Air Max 90 Store List.

Content courtesy of Sneakers News & Nike  

Adidas Originals Revives adicolor Apparel Franchise in SS18

adidas is bringing back its most iconic apparel franchise, adicolor, for SS18 adidas Originals revives adicolor, its most iconic apparel franchise. Cultivated in the 70’s, the range is an instantly recognizable symbol of sports and street culture which returns in 2018 remastered for the present with the confidence to playfully celebrate color for a new generation – never afraid to poke fun at itself. Pairing the colours from the past with those of today, four meaningful adidas sport hues were carefully selected as the starting point for the overall inspiration for both Men’s and Women’s SS18 collections.

The primary colours which are now referred to as Bluebird, Fairway Green, Scarlett Red and Sun Yellow were first seen in 1983, when all-white adicolor shoes were presented alongside a set of felt-tip pens, and reappeared in 2006 for Color Series, an adidas collaboration with some of the world’s best-known and most highly regarded creatives, creating unique pieces around a specific colour.

Adidas Adicolor SS18 Collections

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