Weekend Roundup: Lululemon and SoulCycle Celebrate Pride

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Pride was the highlight of the weekend—with everyone coming out to show their support for LBTGQ community. On Friday morning, Lululemon hosted an exclusive event with SoulCycle. The athletic leisure brand partnered with Australian musician Betty Who to present the Beats Per Moment Tour. “We saw music as the perfect avenue to spark a conversation of what it is like to live a life of practice. After all, music is the universal language. We all have a pump up song, a break up song, a song that inspires us to grow,” Alli Dunn, Lululemon’s SF Maven, told Haute Living. “Beats Per Moment is a localized expression of lululemon’s most recent global campaign, This is Yoga. The campaign is intended to inspire our communities to access the foundations of Yoga, such as breath or focus in their everyday lives, not just on the mat.” Betty Who sat front and center during the jam-packed class, right next to the instructor. It was an uplifting and invigorating ride with the entire crew belting tk song at the top of their lungs for the grande finale.

The Malia Mills team
The Malia Mills team

Over in Marin, Lillet threw an appertif hour at Malia Mills in the Marin Country Mart. The designer was on hand to chat with chic Marinites and help them find the best-sized suit. The Lillet spritzes flowed and passed appetizers from Farmshop—avocado hummus on lavash, prosciutto-wrapped dates, and radishes with yogurt—were plentiful.

The new exhibit at the Legion of Honor
The new exhibit at the Legion of Honor

The newest exhibit at the Legion of Honor made its debut to an upscale crowd on Thursday evening. Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade is a look at the role that hats played in a woman’s life during the late 1800s and early 1900s. More than 40 impressionist paintings, pastels, and actually hats from that time period are now on display. The exhibit which features key works by Edgar Degas also includes pieces by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Édouard Manet, Mary Cassatt, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. “This exhibition highlights several facets of our extensive holdings, which comprises not only exemplary paintings and drawings of French Impressionism but also exquisite hats of the same time,” Max Hollein, director and CEO of the Fine Arts Museums said in a statement. “There have been numerous exhibitions on Degas, but this is the first to focus on his works inspired by the milliners of Paris and to present them alongside the works these artisans themselves were creating.” Enjoy the show from now until September 24.

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