Olivia Villanti is an editorial strategist and probably the most Parisian of all the women we met in New York: she wears grey and black, thinks it's funny to wear leggings when you're not working out, and calls Pina Bausch her sports hero!
As a Kundalini teacher, she exudes a certain softness and aura reserved for the mystical among us. At the same time, she is a consultant and a coach, determined and strong. Desiree Pais is 27, and yet an old soul. Read on for the portrait of a woman who simultaneously references Guru Jagat and Jacquemus as current inspirations...
Rachael Wang is a creative consultant and stylist. She’s a Cancer, an introvert, a witch and a feminist. She finds punk rock soothing and humidity overwhelming. She runs, walks, hikes, swims, spins, surfs, does yoga and snowboards. And yet, she refuses to let any such matters define her.
Hortense Bourgeois and Agnes Gardelle are the co-founders of BAYA, a company that designs and sells high end yoga mats and accessories. BAYA is based between Paris and Bordeaux, but designed with adventures and travels in mind. BAYA to the moon and back!
Aussie-born and NY-based Stephen Cheuk is the founder of S10 Training, a members only boutique gym in Tribeca, as well as the House of Matcha. Some of the most high-profile women in the NY lifestyle industries go to Stephen to improve strength, health and appearance through his unique personalized coaching.
Morgan Yakus specializes in facilitating active meditation and modern integrative hypnosis. Read on to learn more about her rituals, tools for balance and cultivating a sense of female empowered through open communications channels and shared space.
Lauren Bastide recorded a special episode during Women's March in Washington. It is out today and is called "La Marche". For the 2017 International Day of Women's rights, we asked her to talk about this trip and the women she met.
The Nike x FKA twigs collaboration is almost out and the singular artist just signed an open letter shaped like a motivation speech. The campaign is called Do you believe in more? A question that resonates very well now - at the beginning of a new year - and that we asked to our community quite often.