Photographer Alana Paterson hails from Vancouver aka the "California of the North," a booming spot for indoor and outdoor activities year-round. For Alana this means rock climbing, yoga, skiing, running, weight training and skateboarding. As if that weren't enough, she also farms and is part of the Canadian Coast Guard auxiliary.
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!
Blandine: French, 42, lives next to Toulouse. Marie-Louise: 40, Danish, based in Los Angeles. In 2012, these two friends combined their complementary skill sets to with the intent to create a brand that would blur the lines between lingerie and sportswear: Baserange.
Kimberly Johnson is on fire. Some call her a 'vaginapractor.' Others, 'the womb whisperer.' She is the founder of holistic women's health hub Magamama and the author of postpartum road map The Fourth Trimester. Read on for Kimberly's inspiring thoughts on her path, challenges, purpose and passion.
Robyn Berkley is a master multi-tasker, working as a leading brand consultant while simultaneously running Live The Process, the transitional lifestyle clothing brand and editorial platform she launched in 2013. Read on to learn how her holistic approach allows her to remain calm and present for herself and others.
Franco-Japanese chef Marie Méon designed six seasonal recipes, displayed on artisanal Shopu tableware pieces from Japan, selected by Nathalie Agematsu, between design, art and handicraft. Here are the last four.
In commemoration of International Women's Day, we feature the work of Vancouver-based photographer Alana Paterson. We commend Alana for her consistent portrayal of strong, determined, smart, beautiful and unique women. True players, inside and out.
Inside/Out partners with UNESCO for a World Radio Day conversation with filmmaker and author Molly Schiot to discuss sports, gender stereotypes and promoting equal opportunities for women in sports, media and beyond.
Inside/Out partners with UNESCO for a World Radio Day conversation with blind journalist and rider Laetitia Bernard to discuss sports, gender stereotypes and promoting equal opportunities for women in sports, media and beyond.
Kaitlyn Reinhart, the charismatic co-founder of Otium, gives us her tasty tips. Open for just under a year, Otium, one of our favourite cantines in Paris, is cozy but not cramped with an atmosphere so inviting that even Parisian locals end up chatting with their neighbors....et oui!
From the fishing village of Le Four to the Horizon beach, from the Mimbeau to the Truc Vert, here's our top ten sports and lifestyle addresses. For active women, gourmet ones and all those who are both.
NikeLab and Pigalle have been teaming up since 2014, with basketball as a recurring theme. Once again, the new collection represents Stephane Ashpool's interpretation of Parisian street-style elegance, on-and-off-court. For the first time, it is designed for both women and men.
We love the clean, sophisticated one-pieces, the high waisted silhouettes, the silk kaftans and dresses, and the elegant range of color that includes pacific blue, terracotta, framboise, army green and citron. We'll wear ours on the deck of a sail boat, with Joan Didion and a fresh glass of pomegranate iced tea.
This month, Adidas and Parley launch a new collaboration of running products, and a digital run to celebrate World Ocean Week, calling runners from all over the world to join their athletes, ocean ambassadors, influencers and special guests.
Shaka! Introducing our first swimwear selection for this summer, with Roxy. The POP SURF collection should make a splash, with its wide range of colors inspired by sunset: navy, aqua, soft pink and gold.