Popular beauty vlogger James Charles just shared the lookbook for the new sportswear collection from his brand Sister Apparel, and the video presenting the clothes and accessories is all about inclusivity. The video shows James Charles himself and a few other models, all who show off a variety of body shapes and appearances. Just from scrolling through the comments of the beauty YouTuber's video, it is evident that people are loving the inclusive and diverse models, and many are especially happy about James' choice to include plus-size models as well.
This is Sister Apparel's fourth collection, and first ever sportswear and athleisure collection, and there are a lot of clothes and accessories to choose from. The collection consists of hoodies and crew neck sweatshirts - cropped and regular length -, leggings, sports bras, bike shorts, a sporty jumpsuit, a mock t-shirt, socks, boxers, a tracksuit, industrial belts and a pair of sweatpants in collaboration with sportswear brand Champion. The Sisters logo is, of course, displayed on all items, alongside the sleeves, across the chest, or repeatedly across the back. The bottoms have the Sisters logo either on the waistband or down the leg.
As reported by Bustle, James Charles' Sister Apparel is an inclusive clothing line with sizes that run from XS to 3X, and most of the clothes are unisex. The sportswear collection drops January 18th, and will be sold at sisters-apparel.com along with the previous collections; Originals, Downtown, and Sisters Sayings.
While most of the Sister Apparel's athleisure collection sits in a monochrome palette of black and white, there are some serious pops of colors on offer too for those who prefer that. There are hoodies and crew necks, both cropped and regular length, available in pastel pink, a rich yellow, and one in periwinkle blue - the color Lady Gaga wore to the Golden Globes earlier this month.
James Charles may only be nineteen years old, but he is already showing the makeup and fashion industry how it is done. It is fantastic to see how inclusive and diverse this video lookbook is, and if this sportswear collection is anything like James' previous launches; things will sell out in minutes.