Creative inspiration can come from anywhere, even in the apparel industry. So when it came time to design a new collection with Kara Goucher and her inspiration was coming from a Yellowstone inspired/country ranch lifestyle direction, our design team said, "Giddy up!"
The word “freedom” feels like a lie. This seductive idea of saying what we want, doing what we want, without a clear tie to consequences for ourselves or others. We need a new vocabulary.
The best designs come from collaborations with a strong purpose, clear vision and a meaningful story. So when the time came for Oiselle Lead Designer Kami to sit down with Alison Mariella Désir to design her second collection with us, everyone new it was gonna be FIRE before the first sketch hit paper.
While the “official” contract between Oiselle and Alison comes to a close this summer, the partnership and support will continue. Let’s take a moment to say THANK YOU to Alison for making this move to Seattle, and hear from her on upcoming plans she’s got cooking!
For our fifth part of our “18 Questions” interview series with some of our professional athletes and advisors, we went for a stroll in Magnuson Park with middle distance pro and Littlewing athlete, Rebecca Mehra.
August 11, 1973 is considered to be the birthday of Hip Hop. To celebrate, we’d like to share this blog post by one of our Volée members, Karen Bagley, about the bittersweet joy that the 21st century parental nostalgia relay race can bring – enjoying the past, passing the cultural baton, and watching what happens as the next generation takes the baton and runs.
Maria Michta-Coffey is here to share with us her World Championship experience. Maria’s been racing walking at the international level for Team USA for over a decade and is excited to share with us what this experience was like this time around!
On our Littlewing Athletics team, we have two athletes who are hoping to go the distance jusqu'à Paris: Carrie Mack and Theresa Hailey. Carrie and Theresa talk about their respective approaches to training, share personal racing stories and experiences, and share tips on what works for each of them.. and what definitely doesn't!
What makes a style a true classic is how many ways it can get remixed with new colors and graphics and matching pieces. And with this in mind, here are some Roga-licious color combos you can play around with to achieve your personal runner vibe.
BX Girl Bike Gang was established in April of 2020 through an IG chat interested in biking with others. The common theme was the fear of biking solo through these city streets. As the chat outgrew the space, the account became a reality to share with others of the community being built- the crew is glowing, growing and showing the Bronx that we bike the streets and the paths alike.
When it comes to picking the best gear for all your unpaved adventures, turn to our resident trail expert and cloud collector, Collier Lawrence.
While attending Stanford, Rebecca not only took "The History of Women and Sports" class, she became a teaching assistant for it. And today, of course, she sees the effects of the ruling around her as she competes in professional track and field. Welcome to the three-part series, "50 Years of Title IX: Where Are We Now?"