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...
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.
Discover the Alexander Technique in our interview with Véronique Bartin, a coach and professional jumping rider. This method can help our bodies remember what good posture feels like, while also keeping us in shape over time.
Marie Méon and Nathalie Agematsu have known each other since kindergarten. They were classmates in the Lycée Français de Tokyo and reconnected in Paris a decade later. Read on for their thoughts on wellbeing and eating well.
Refine and elevate in the Live The Process Resort collection, a reflection of "effort and ease," with versatile cuts and silhouettes that celebrate the combined strength and softness of the female body.
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.
We love to say that 'we are one'. Inside/Out contributor Caroline Wachsmuth discusses the process of healing from childhood sexual abuse and shares thoughts on ways that society could come together to work towards prevention.
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.
Outdoor Voices introduces the limited edition Pebble Collection, in a pretty palette of Rose and Forest Green. Listen up, as this summer those outdoor voices are calling you to get out there and joint them in #DoingThings!
L'urv Sportswear is and Australian transitional label with a unique identity. Focus on their the Mod Squad collection, its very graphic 60's pop geometric designs and its palette of plum, navy and green.
This weekend, the most elegant show jumping competition was taking place in Paris for the 8th time. The Saut Hermès was taking over the Grand Palais and we are happy to celebrate the victory of a woman: Edwina Tops Alexander.
On Sunday March 19th in New York City, Medi Club and Kit and Ace team up to organize a new edition of The Big Quiet at the Oculus, World Trade Center Observatory, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.