Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of QeepUp
Maggie Q launched Qeep Up in 2019
All Qeep Up garments are made from 100% recycled filaments, including pre-consumer waste
The signature tie-dye motif is reminiscent of the skies she grew up with

Judging by her lifestyle choices, very few would disagree that actress Maggie Q has endless credit of good karma. She meditates regularly, follows a strict diet and exercise regime, and on her free time she spends it with rescue animals. Now, she has launched her own line of activewear and swimwear named Qeep Up. And like the perfect human being she is, Q has ensured that the clothing is made up of recycled plastic waste and even gives a portion of the sales from her tie-dye collection to an ocean conservation cause. As for the designs, Q’s idea is to ensure that the sports bras and even bodysuits look good in the gym or pool as well as out of it, which means being able to wear them out in public without feeling like you’re making a fashion faux pas.

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