Anatomie Featured in Financial Times

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 The Financial Times Named Luxury Athleisure Brand, Anatomie as One of America’s Fastest Growing Companies
Renowned Fashion Brand Recognized for its Continued Growth and Expansion

Anatomie, the athleisurewear brand designed to fly and build to last, was named by The Financial Times as one of America’s Fastest Growing Companies for 2021. Officially announced in the publication’s annual list of notable brands, Anatomie was recognized for its continued growth and advancements made within the travel apparel and athleisurewear spaces.

Founded in 2006 by wife and husband duo, Kate and Shawn Boyer, Anatomie is a European-made luxury travel leisurewear brand that combines high functionality with the finest materials, centered on a contemporary style, innovative features and unique designs for the active and adventurous woman. With extensive fashion and sportswear experience, Kate and Shawn originally created Anatomie for the athleisure market, but evolved over the years to meet the unique and demanding needs of the luxury traveler with functional fashion that can be worn anytime and anywhere, offering a whole new world of comfort and style.

The apparel brand experienced tremendous growth and rose above the challenges brought on in 2020 thanks to its dedication to its core customer, going beyond expectations and emphasizing that speed matters. Recognized for its signature wrinkle-free fabrics and high-quality materials, Anatomie continues to offer groundbreaking products that are truly needed and appreciated by its loyal consumer base.

As noted by The Financial Times, although a good past record is not necessarily a recipe for future success, research for the annual ranking indicates that companies have what is essential for an enterprise: generic growth that is accompanied by substance and sustainability. As it pursues growth and expansion, Anatomie continues to take flight, serve its loyal customer base and give back to its community with meaningful charitable initiatives.