Hyba is now available at most Retimans locations and online at reitmans.com

Fashion: Time to Get Hyba

Emma Yardley finds the missing link in active style

Whether you’ve vowed to hit the gym more often or decided to take some time for yourself each week at a local yin yoga class, the New Year provides the perfect opportunity to check in with ourselves and see what’s missing.

For Canadian clothing retailer Reitmans, it was an activewear line. Starting January, this workwear favourite will be offering multi-coloured tanks ($26), cool coverups ($30), stretchy leggings ($40), and anything else you need to kit yourself out for a new, improved and more stretchy you.

Hyba is now available at most Retimans locations and online at reitmans.com

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