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Brand: YUJ

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Designed by Hélène Duval, YUJLAB is a minimalist wardrobe designed to accompany sportswomen on a daily basis.
Eco-responsible manufacturing, and an ultra-technical knit that will offer you ideal comfort for all your workouts.
- White skirt with integrated shorts to be free to move
- Lined elastic waistband for more comfort
- Flattering cutout at the buttocks
- "Tennis-style" wrap skirt
- Secret pocket hidden in the waistband
- Tonal stitching and embroidery
Each YUJLAB piece is made of two materials designed specifically for sport:
• an ultra-technical perforated mesh that is breathable, soft and lightweight
• an opaque knit that shapes the silhouette while guaranteeing absolute comfort
Hydrophilic and thermal treatment that uses the humidity produced by the body during your sports sessions to retain heat.

Sports practices tested and approved by Ora Women

Yoga / Pilates

Product features

Color: White

Matter : 

Main fabric: 90% Polyamide - 10% Elastane

Honeycomb fabric: 75% Polyamide - 25% Elastane

Hydrophilic treatment that allows instant absorption of body moisture by transfer with ultra-fast drying

Made in Europe in eco-responsible factories.

Eco-responsible approach:

Low carbon footprint : Clothing is made in Europe in eco-responsible factories.

Zero waste goal: All fabric scraps and water used are recycled

Water-based dyeing: The water used during production does not contain any toxic product. The ultra-soft material of our clothes is certified free of toxic products for the body and the environment.

Reasoned manufacturing: Limited editions produced in small quantities

Interview :

Wash at 30° inside out / Use a suitable cycle for delicate fabrics / Do not tumble dry / Ironing not recommended


First ethical and eco-responsible French yoga brand, YUJ was created in 2014 by Hélène Duval and means "union" of body and mind. YUJ draws its DNA from the values ​​of yoga. This translates into respect for the environment through reasoned and verticalized production, but also through a “less is more” state of mind for its collections.