Month: August 2021

Dress, Fendi. Courtesy Elizabeth Kari An all-out sprint, a leap of faith, and a series of disorienting turns. Land gracefully, and you’ve just described the perfect vault. In the case of McKayla Maroney, you could just as well be talking about the last decade of her life. Back at the 2012 London Olympics, the gymnast
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People are shopping like nobody’s business,” marvels Sherri McMullen. As the owner of McMullen, the buzzy Oakland, California, boutique, she would know. Her clients, she says, “are redoing their entire wardrobes.” Refrains she’s heard lately: “‘I don’t want anything in my closet’; ‘I want to redo everything’; ‘Everything’s too dark.’” (Bright colors and prints, she
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“Are you watching the Olympics at all?” asks Kristine Froseth. The actress and model woke up early to watch the games—specifically track and field—because the Ingebrigtsen brothers from her native Norway are doing considerably well. “I’m supporting my home country!” she exclaims from her new Williamsburg digs. Growing up, the 25-year-old split her time between
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Modeling wasn’t the dream for Mayowa Nicholas.“I wanted to be an accountant,” she says. It took a trip to the hair salon when she was 15, living in Lagos, Nigeria, to change all that. As she was walking toward the salon, scouts for the Elite Model Look competition approached her. “I remember holding the flyer,
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Join fitness and mindset coach Victoria Brown for the ultimate upper-body workout. This session kicks off with a full-body warmup before leading into an upper-body-focused circuit you’ll repeat three times. You’ll work your arms through five exercises like squat to overhead press, lateral raise, and triceps extension to target your biceps, triceps, and shoulders. Grab
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NASM-certified personal trainer Emma Lovewell has taught hundreds of classes on the Peloton platform including cycling, strength, and all the core-engaging workouts you love. Having all of those Peloton classes under her belt, Lovewell definitely knows a thing or two on the art of crafting the perfect playlist for a workout. Before you randomly select
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Photography by Cristina GareauCanadian brands like Mimi & August and Nat the Label are leading the way with sustainable and environmentally conscious designs. By Beka Shane Denter Date August 26, 2021 Facebook Twitter Slow fashion is a priority of many up and coming Canadian designers. With a focus on diversity, inclusivity, gender fluidity, body positivity,
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Photography courtesy of Silk LaundryIncluding the opening of French fashion house Céline’s first standalone boutique in Canada. By Sarah Mariotti Date August 28, 2021 Facebook Twitter Silk Laundry is the latest brand to recognize that their designs don’t have to be segregated by gender with the launch of their first gender-fluid capsule. Plus, as customers
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@anastasia_k_p The amount of times I’ve crashed 🙄 ♬ original sound – Anastasia Pagonis If this is your first time watching the Paralympics, you might be curious how visually impaired swimmers stay in their lane and know when to turn, because while swimming is thrilling to watch, the sport can also be dangerous. Fortunately, there’s
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