Endorphins make you happy, and happy people wear coordinating workout sets.
Plus, Solid & Striped gets into activewear.
It's meant to inspires us to slow down and take a minute for ourselves.
Plus, underwear brands are seeing growth in sales amid self-isolation.
From breathable leggings to stretchy flared trousers.
Plus, tween and teen beauty is on the rise.
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The indie brand applied its size-inclusive mission towards the global athletics company.
This new label is betting on a certain fitness demographic who just might.
The color-blocked leggings purveyor is #DoingThings with the J. Crew-owned retailer.
After watching her body — once her only resource — "give out," she new she had to make a bold move.
In a crowded athleisure market, the cult favorite cycling studio had 12 years of rider and instructor insight to give them an edge in product development and production.
Historically, running tends to spike in popularity during times of social upheaval.
They're called "CloudKnit" for a reason.
And taking Instagram marketing advice from her best friend Kylie Jenner.
"Seeing my body fluctuate [after having a baby], I really got to try on our clothes in so many different sizes on myself."
The "Wonder Woman" actress has another major campaign under her belt.
In the beginning, she heard from several people that her luxury activewear boutique was "the worst idea they've ever heard."
Hong Kong-based entrepreneur Lindsay Jang's latest business venture is helping to build out the Missbish brand, voice and community.
Jenna Lyons hopes the line will "motivate you to do whatever activity it is you like to do."
Marguerite Wade is slowly expanding her cool, sport-meets-street women's apparel, but hopes to one day be on par with Nike and Adidas.
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