Mark your calendars, because the collaboration is set to release on September 2nd.
A definitive market leader, Prince is the racquet of choice for elite tennis players and accomplished pros worldwide. The brand is focused on meeting the needs of its wide-ranging customer base with a comprehensive selection of innovative, game-changing equipment and off-court lifestyle offerings.
Under the creative direction of David Grutman, Prince creates highly coveted street and fashion collections beloved by A-listers and tastemakers alike.
Melissa Wood-Tepperberg is a digital entrepreneur, wellness influencer, and creator of the MWH Method.
The MWH Method sculpts beautiful muscle tone throughout your entire body using precise, low impact movements. These workouts are designed to do anytime, anywhere - from the comfort of your own home, using your own body weight.
MWH isn’t just about building a body you desire; it’s about building a better, stronger relationship with yourself.
MWH members have access to a library of 200+ workouts and meditations all organized by categories (including specific body parts and pre/postnatal friendly workouts).
“Prince VS MWH is the perfect collection to take you from the mat to the street,” notes Melissa Wood-Tepperberg. “Every piece is a staple and can be worn in different ways to achieve a complete look while still feeling comfortable and fully functional. Moving your body should not only make you look good, but also feel good...and this line is an expression of that.”
With the rising popularity of comfortable yet stylish athleisure, Prince’s Creative Director, David Grutman, saw a natural fit between the two brands.
“For me, Melissa is the next generation of fitness innovators, mixing together impactful and functional workouts with her day-to-day life as a mom and wife. At Prince, we always want to think outside the box when it comes to our collaborators, and Prince VS MWH is the ultimate collection to take you from your workout to going out.”
Prince VS MWH features materials that move, stretch, flow, and mold to the body allowing the wearer to be flexible and comfortable in their day-to-day activities.
Drawing inspiration from the streets of New York City, the collection is a modern twist on tennis apparel that is grounded in neutral color palettes.
From matching sets to bodysuits, bike shorts, bralettes, oversized socks, and scrunchies ranging from $15 to $175, the collection is perfect for elevating your everyday athleisure look!