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Three hot looks for the winter athlete in you

Styling by Andrew Sardone. Hair, makeup and nails by Wendy Rorong for TRESemmé Hair Care/M.A.C Cosmetics/Essie Canada. PALRUF corrugated roofing panel backdrop material provided by The Home Depot (www.homedepot.ca).

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Raising the barre

There’s a definite dancewear influence in Michelle Watson’s made-in-Canada line, Michi. Tops, bottoms and bodysuits are accented with sheer panels and athletic mesh details that create a graphic look. Michi Epic bodysuit, $325 through www.michiny.com. Poc Lid frameless goggles, $279.99 at Sporting Life (www.sportinglife.ca). Volkl V-Werks RTM skis, $1,399.95, Atomic Hawk 110 boots, $499.95, and Atomic Affinity poles, $49.95, all at The Sign of the Skier (www.thesignoftheskier.com).

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Pop-art movement

The spring collection from London-based Lucas Hugh includes leggings with criss-cross seams that create the illusion of one layer of fabric zipping open to reveal a contrasting textile underneath. Lucas Hugh Ion sport bra, $140 US, and Prism Shard leggings, $374 US, both through www.lucashugh.com. Oakley Radarlock Path sunglasses, $269.99 at Sporting Life (www.sportinglife.ca). 

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In the details

While separates in a black-and-white abstract print stand out in the collection by Los Angeles label Vimmia, it’s also known for more subtle design details like crossover waistbands on capris and lace inserts on sports bras. Vimmia abstract print V-neck bra, $81, and compression leggings, $104, both through www.vimmia.com. Goldline Podium Gold curling shoes, $269, and carbon fibre broom, $159, both through www.goldline.ca. Canada Curling Stone Co. blue trefor granite stone, $686 through www.canadacurlingstone.on.ca.

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