WHY WE LOVE: Founders Erin Chiamulon and actor Eric Balfour launched Electric & Rose to reflect their Venice Beach yoga and surf lifestyle. We love the happy tie-dye prints, washed-out color palette, and super-soft feel.
WHERE TO WEAR: L.A.-based Sweat Yoga recently opened its first NYC location in Soho, where the athletic style yoga is practiced to motivating playlists in a room set to an invigorating 100 degrees.
WHY WE LOVE: This L.A.-based label was founded by designer and cycling enthusiast Michael Ball and utilizes the finest technical fabrics and patented engineering to master function and fit, while graphic prints keep the styles fresh and playful.
WHERE TO WEAR: Lifted is a newly opened San Francisco boutique studio that’s geared toward training the body and mind in small group classes. Each resistance training-oriented class ends with a guided meditation, so you leave class feeling calm and collected.
3. TORY SPORT
WHY WE LOVE: Fashion and function are in total harmony in this collection of performance-activewear from Tory Burch. The ’70s-inspired, high energy tennis pieces make us want to pick up a racket, and we’ll definitely be sporting the same look to a post-match brunch.
WHERE TO WEAR: L.A.’s Toluca Lake Tennis Club was considered the place to play tennis in the ‘70s and ‘80s. Now, it it’s been refurbished as a boutique gym offering fitness memberships that include world class tennis lessons.
WHY WE LOVE: This line of elegant, multi-use yogawear by Karen Joyce feels like second skin and features meaningful details like mini Tibetan prayer flags—a gentle reminder of daily compassion.
WHERE TO WEAR: After finding success with its Chinatown location since opening last year, Sky Ting Yoga just opened a Tribeca studio in an airy loft-like space and has a Smile to Go menu, Moon Juice offerings, and an infrared sauna. Sign us up.
WHY WE LOVE: Beyond just physical exercise, Live the Process is about exercising consciousness at every stage of your wellness journey. It’s ethically produced using high-tech innovations like four-way stretch and moisture wicking.
WHERE TO WEAR: This month, fitness guru Tracy Anderson opened a new three-level studio in New York’s Upper East Side. Score a membership, and you can enjoy the shock-absorbent “Super G Floor,” a café and juice bar, and a range of custom programs and private training.
WHY WE LOVE: Alexander Wang puts his irreverent, relaxed spin on the iconic sports-inspired brand resulting in a collection that’s the perfect mix of sporty and street. We especially love the trackies—perfect for slipping on after a workout and heading to brunch.
WHERE TO WEAR: Pon De FLO just opened its first studio in NYC’s Chinatown, and the reggae dance-based fitness class couldn’t be more fun. It’s all about body empowerment, high energy, and a healthy side of High Intensity Interval Training.