Ok, I may be wrong here, but the woman on the cover of The New York Times Travel Magazine for November 22nd looks frighteningly anorexic, and also… she’s upside-down.
Food is important, and pleasurable too, you don’t want to miss out. Look at these dreamy Argentine cafe’s.
She does look a little healthier inside (and very tall!)…
but I’m going with the dancerly energy of the gymnast, Nastia Liukin for my inspiration today.
And how’s this for style?
According to this week’s New York Times Magazine, researchers at Princeton have found that new brain cells (developed with the help of long-term exercise) are resistant to stress, which is a wonderful thing! So if exercise makes us happier and healthier and makes us feel better in general AND helps us weather stressful situations, why is it so hard for so many of us to find the time to get up and move?
“Designers, it might help to clear your heads after your nice Thanksgiving meals if you take a break and do some stretching to get you in the mood for this challenge. I want you to think about a breadth of motion today as you work on your garments. Think about fluidity, stretchability and ease, while creating stylish, body conscious looks for real women on the go.”