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Reebok announces PureMove Bra

Reebok made waves in the sports bra industry today with the unveiling of the Reebok PureMove Bra: a first of its kind, technologically advanced sports bra that uniquely responds and adapts to movement to provide women with a customized amount of control and support, exactly where and when they need it.

For too long, consumer insights have identified frustrated female consumers who feel unsatisfied with their sports bra options, raising flags with alarming stats including one in five women are still avoiding exercise because they don’t have the right sports bra. Determined to change the status quo, Reebok embarked on a journey three years ago with one clear mission: change industry standards for the sports bra and reset the bar.  Now, just over forty years after the first sports bra came to market, Reebok is proud to debut a first of its kind product featuring the brand’s new proprietary Motion Sense Technology.

Reebok’s Motion Sense Technology is the result of treating a performance-based fabric with STF (Sheer Thickening Fluid) – a gel-like solution that takes a liquid form when in a still or slow-moving state and contrastingly stiffens and solidifies when moving at higher velocities.  This fabric technology adapts and responds accordingly to the body’s shape, velocity of breast tissue, and both type and force of movement.  The end result gives wearers a bra that stretches less with high impact movements, while providing the comfort and light support that one would desire during rest and lower intensity activities. To learn more on PureMove’s development click here.

“We could not be prouder to come to market with a product that breaks down barriers in a category that has dissatisfied consumers for far too long, lacking any true technological advancements. Innovation has always been in Reebok’s DNA and placing an emphasis on transforming and improving one of the most important fitness garments for women is no exception,” says Barbara Ebersberger, VP Performance Apparel at Reebok. “The release of PureMove marks the first step of a very exciting new era for us.”

Integral in PureMove’s three-year development process, was Reebok’s work in the lab, testing breast movement and product variations with the University of Delaware.  Here, the two joined forces and upped the ante on industry standards for breast biomechanics that would inform both PureMove’s final design and Reebok’s full sports bra collections for FW18 and beyond.  Until now, industry standards for breast biomechanics testing typically included an average of only two to four motion sensors on the chest area to track bounce and support, but Reebok and the University of Delaware utilized 54 unique motion sensors on this area during its rigorous testing process and used this data to ensure every detail was covered and accounted for in PureMove’s development.

The end result is a second-skin like design that creates a barely-there feel.  Key performance features of the PureMove Bra in addition to the reactive fabric technology include:

  • Breathable Perforations: Perforations in front and back to keep you cool and comfortable, no matter the physical activity.
  • Natural Shaping: Molded front panel and free cut edges for a minimalistic, second-skin fit so you can move freely without distractions.
  • Minimalist Construction: Comprised of only 7 unique pieces of fabric that mold to the body for a seamless fit.

“Many would assume that the more support a sports bra gives would equate to the more fabric, straps or hooks it’s comprised of.  However, by utilizing our Motion Sense Technology, PureMove’s design is quite deliberately the opposite,” says Danielle Witek, Senior Innovation Apparel Designer at Reebok. “The minimalist design of the bra may seem deceiving when you first hold it, but you should not confuse this for lack of support or technology. Every single detail is intentional and directly informed by years of our testing and research.”

At launch, the PureMove Bra will be available in an extended range of 10 unique sizes, aimed to specifically address consumer feedback around the industry’s lack of solutions for those who find themselves in between standard sports bra sizing,  The PureMove Bra debut size range includes: XS, XS/S, S, S/M, M, M/L, L, L/XL, XL, XL/XXL, designed to help ensure a more tailored fit for wearers.

To celebrate one of Reebok’s most anticipated product launches in 2018, the PureMove Bra is brought to life through powerful campaign imagery featuring a team of Reebok’s most formidable female partners including Gal Gadot, Gigi Hadid and Nathalie Emmanuel.

The Reebok PureMove Bra will be available exclusively on Reebok.com starting August 17th for $60. Followed by worldwide-distribution in key retailers starting August 30th.  Additional sports bras from Reebok’s FW18 Hero Bra collection are available today at Reebok.com/HeroBraCollection.

LIVE! RIHANNA’S SAVAGE × FENTY SHOW

YOUTUBE TO LIVE STREAM

RIHANNA’S SAVAGE x FENTY SHOW

FROM NEW YORK FASHION WEEK

Live on Rihanna’s YouTube Channel For Fans Around The World Beginning

7:30PM ET On September 12

WHO:

YouTube will exclusively live stream Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty Fashion Show from New York Fashion week on Rihanna’s YouTube channel for fans all over the world. The show will be a unique immersive experience and will showcase her line of lingerie and intimate accessories to close out New York Fashion Week 2018.  You can find an announce video here: http://www.instagram.com/p/BnmUU5BFRcm/

WHEN:

The live stream will begin at 7:30PM (ET) on Wednesday, September 12, 2018.

WHERE:

Fans can watch the fashion show live on Rihanna’s YouTube channel

PRESS NOTE: The link to the live stream is embeddable so fans can tune in directly on your site:

youtube.com/rihanna

MORE:

Derek Blasberg, YouTube’s newly appointed lead of the new Fashion and Beauty Partnerships Division, is available for interviews upon request.

Reebok

Reebok’s PureMove Bra Debuts Brand’s Proprietary Motion Sense Technology, Providing Customized Support and Control

Reebok made waves in the sports bra industry today with the unveiling of the Reebok PureMove Bra: a first of its kind, technologically advanced sports bra that uniquely responds and adapts to movement to provide women with a customized amount of control and support, exactly where and when they need it.

For too long, consumer insights have identified frustrated female consumers who feel unsatisfied with their sports bra options, raising flags with alarming stats including one in five women are still avoiding exercise because they don’t have the right sports bra. Determined to change the status quo, Reebok embarked on a journey three years ago with one clear mission: change industry standards for the sports bra and reset the bar. Now, just over forty years after the first sports bra came to market, Reebok is proud to debut a first of its kind product featuring the brand’s new proprietary Motion Sense Technology.

Reebok’s Motion Sense Technology is the result of treating a performance-based fabric with STF (Sheer Thickening Fluid) – a gel-like solution that takes a liquid form when in a still or slow-moving state and contrastingly stiffens and solidifies when moving at higher velocities. This fabric technology adapts and responds accordingly to the body’s shape, velocity of breast tissue, and both type and force of movement. The end result gives wearers a bra that stretches less with high impact movements, while providing the comfort and light support that one would desire during rest and lower intensity activities. To learn more on PureMove’s development click here.

“We could not be prouder to come to market with a product that breaks down barriers in a category that has dissatisfied consumers for far too long, lacking any true technological advancements. Innovation has always been in Reebok’s DNA and placing an emphasis on transforming and improving one of the most important fitness garments for women is no exception,” says Barbara Ebersberger, VP Performance Apparel at Reebok. “The release of PureMove marks the first step of a very exciting new era for us.”

Integral in PureMove’s three-year development process, was Reebok’s work in the lab, testing breast movement and product variations with the University of Delaware. Here, the two joined forces and upped the ante on industry standards for breast biomechanics that would inform both PureMove’s final design and Reebok’s full sports bra collections for FW18 and beyond. Until now, industry standards for breast biomechanic testing typically included an average of only two to four motion sensors on the chest area to track bounce and support, but Reebok and the University of Delaware utilized 54 unique motion sensors on this area during its rigorous testing process and used this data to ensure every detail was covered and accounted for in PureMove’s development.

The end result is a second-skin like design that creates a barely-there feel. Key performance features of the PureMove Bra in addition to the reactive fabric technology include:

Breathable Perforations: Perforations in front and back to keep you cool and comfortable, no matter the physical activity.

Natural Shaping: Molded front panel and free cut edges for a minimalistic, second-skin fit so you can move freely without distractions.

Minimalist Construction: Comprised of only 7 unique pieces of fabric that mold to the body for a seamless fit.

“Many would assume that the more support a sports bra gives would equate to the more fabric, straps or hooks it’s comprised of. However, by utilizing our Motion Sense Technology, PureMove’s design is quite deliberately the opposite,” says Danielle Witek, Senior Innovation Apparel Designer at Reebok. “The minimalist design of the bra may seem deceiving when you first hold it, but you should not confuse this for lack of support or technology. Every single detail is intentional and directly informed by years of our testing and research.”

At launch, the PureMove Bra will be available in an extended range of 10 unique sizes, aimed to specifically address consumer feedback around the industry’s lack of solutions for those who find themselves in between standard sports bra sizing, The PureMove Bra debut size range includes: XS, XS/S, S, S/M, M, M/L, L, L/XL, XL, XL/XXL, designed to help ensure a more tailored fit for wearers.

To celebrate one of Reebok’s most anticipated product launches in 2018, the PureMove Bra is brought to life through powerful campaign imagery featuring a team of Reebok’s most formidable female partners including Gal Gadot, Gigi Hadid and Nathalie Emmanuel.

The Reebok PureMove Bra will be available exclusively on Reebok.com starting August 17th for $60. Followed by worldwide-distribution in key retailers starting August 30th. Additional sports bras from Reebok’s FW18 Hero Bra collection are available today at Reebok.com/HeroBraCollection.

For more information please visit www.reebok.com and www.reebok.com/us/innovation_collective

About Reebok

Reebok International Ltd., headquartered in Boston, MA, USA, is a leading worldwide designer, marketer and distributor of fitness and lifestyle footwear, apparel and equipment. An American-inspired global brand, Reebok is a pioneer in the sporting goods industry with a rich and storied fitness heritage. Reebok develops products, technologies and programming which enable movement and is committed to accompanying people on their journey to fulfill their potential. Reebok connects with the fitness consumer wherever they are and however they choose to stay fit – whether it’s functional training, running, combat training, walking, dance, yoga or aerobics. Reebok Classics leverages the brand’s fitness heritage and represents the roots of the brand in the sports lifestyle market. A subsidiary of adidas, Reebok is the exclusive outfitter of CrossFit and the CrossFit Games, the exclusive authentic global outfitter of UFC; the title sponsor of the Reebok Ragnar Relay series; and exclusive apparel provider for Les Mills.

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SuperMansion × NY Comic Con

**SAVE THE DATE**
 
CRACKLE BRINGS EMMY-NOMINATED SERIES ‘SUPERMANSION’ TO NEW YORK COMIC CON WITH PANEL FEATURING CO-CREATORS ZEB WELLS AND MATTHEW SENREICH PEGGED TO ORIGINAL SPECIAL ‘SUPERMANSION: DRAG ME TO HALLOWEEN’

 
PANEL IS SET FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5TH AT 6:45 PM

 
 

In the all-new stop-motion animated Crackle original special “SuperMansion: Drag Me to Halloween,” premiering Thursday, October 5th on the free streaming network, the League of Freedom experiences all the fun and adventures of Halloween. It’s Titanium Rex’s (voice of Bryan Cranston) least favorite night of the year, fraught with beautiful ghosts, demonic spirits, evil dentists, and even some unforeseen attractions mixed in. Special guests include comedians Lake Bell (“Childrens Hospital”) as Millicent and Phil LaMarr (“Futurama”). In addition to Cranston, the special guests join “SuperMansion” stars Keegan-Michael Key (voice of American Ranger), Jillian Bell (voice of Viking Woman, Clown Girl), Tucker Gilmore (voice of Black Saturn), Zeb Wells (voice of Robobot) and Heidi Gardner (voice of Cooch). Get all the scoop on what goes down in the making of the hit Emmy-nominated series from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios. Be prepared for ghost stories, surprises, and more. Don’t be afraid.
WHO: The show’s co-creators Zeb Wells (“Robot Chicken”) and Matthew Senreich (“Robot Chicken”). 

 
WHEN: Panel: Thursday, October 5th from 6:45 pm – 7:45 pm in Room 1A10

 

 
About “SuperMansion:” 

In “SuperMansion,” Titanium Rex is the aging leader of the League of Freedom, a once-proud assembly of super heroes that isn’t what it used to be. Together, they harness their super powers and fight for justice, liberty … and the need to stay relevant to society. From the creators of Robot Chicken, “SuperMansion” S1 & S2 are available to stream on Crackle.

 
Bryan Cranston, Seth Green, John Harvatine, Eric Towner and James Degus are executive producers of “SuperMansion.” Matthew Senreich and Zeb Wells are the series’ creators, writers and executive producers. The series is a twice nominated 2016 Emmy Awards contender for “Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance” – one for Keegan-Michael Key, the other for Chris Pine.