NYFW: MPG Sport brings a feel-good story to New York Fashion Week

MPG Sport debuted both its men's and women's Fall/Winter 2017 collections on Monday in the Meatpacking District at New York Fashion Week, and it was full of attractive, modern sportswear inspired by everyday lifestyle pieces. It was the brand's first-ever New York Fashion Week showing.

Both collections combined muted color tones -- think wine, hunter green and pale pink -- with neutrals and featured varied structures throughout.

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Blazers, bombers, puffers and hoodies were all represented areas of outerwear in both collections, and they all featured cutting-edge (and functional!) fabrics.

"This is not athleisure," MPG explains. "This is modern clothing that pushes performance limits."

In addition to the clothing that will make buyers want to wear the pieces at any point in their active day-to-day lives, they will also feel good while doing so.

Founded by CEO Ash Modha, who was himself a refugee from Uganda, MPG Sport makes sure to give portions of all of its sales to help struggling women and girls in Modha's native country with reproductive health and hygiene issues, as well as helping to provide food to hungry children.

MPG Sport's enviable Fall/Winter 2017 collections are sure to continue to establish the socially-conscious brand as one at the forefront of the athletic wear conversation.

See the collection below:

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