Hot on the heels of its sci-fi-inspired ad earlier this month, Nike has debuted its women's line of workout wear for fall. Featuring leggings, bras, tops, and more in lightweight, thermal fabric and mesh, the entire line is designed to move with the wearer. With this as a mission statement, the brand couldn't have picked a better model: Morgan Lake, British heptathlete, high-jump champion, and — get ready to feel unaccomplished — everyday 18-year-old. You may not be familiar with Lake yet, but as she trains for the upcoming World Track and Field Championships and the 2016 Olympics, we have a feeling we'll start hearing her name more and more.
As you'll see, Lake and the other models move as freely as they need to in Nike's looks, and sacrifice absolutely zero style in doing so. In addition to new workout wear, the fall 2015 line also features four new sneakers. Brand devotees, brace yourselves: Among these four is a redesign of the ever-popular Air Max 95, no pumping required. Such a clever marriage of nostalgia and innovation is rarely seen.
Click through for a sneak peak at the full collection.