Our New Favorite Fashion Week Survival Gear
Last season, on top of reviewing 30-plus shows for Style.com, I set myself a Herculean—maybe I should say Turlingtonian—task: yoga. Every day. No excuses. Screw hangovers. Even though it meant squishing sweaty tank tops into my purse and occasionally arriving backstage for a pre-show interview smelling like sage, I did it. The results were so positive (more energy, a usefully Zen approach to dressing, triceps), I decided to repeat the challenge this season, but this time with much cuter clothes. Creem, a line of sustainably produced yoga gear made in New York, officially debuts next week at NOW, the annual locally minded, eco-designer showcase, but I’ve been giving the pieces a test run at my Tribeca studio at 7:45 a.m. classes this week (I may have missed it today, following Style.com’s tenth anniversary rager last night). My review: Attaining enlightenment is much easier with a flattering tank top.
Visit www.creemcollection.com for more information. Updated styles coming soon.