Sunday, April 12, 2015

The Top Model-Approved Fitness Classes Now Available on ClassPass

Modelinia AM Reads: The Top Model-Approved Fitness Classes Now Available on ClassPass:





Beyoncé, Rihanna, Kanye West and more huge musicians joined Jay Z on Monday for the relaunch of their new music streaming service, Tidal, which Jay Z himself acquired for $56 million earlier this year.  The NYC event kicked off with  an introduction and inspiring opening statement from Alicia Keys, after which all 16 artist stake-holders signed the official “Tidal declaration.” And just like that, history was made. ~ PopSugar

How does Kendall Jenner, one of the most in-demand models of the season and the new face of Calvin Klein Jeans, work out, you ask? With really good music, of course.  Here, the Estee Lauder beauty reveals the five songs leading her workout place, including tracks by Drake, A$AP Ferg and let’s not forget her brother-in-law Kanye West. ~ Vogue

Both Coachella and Lollapalooza have listed selfie sticks on their list of items prohibited this year. (Coachella, we should note, listed it as a dual ban on “Selfie Sticks/’Narsisstics.’”) Native American—style headdresses are still A-okay, though. ~ The Cut 

It hasn’t even been two weeks since we learned that Marc by Marc Jacobs would be discontinued and folded into Marc Jacobs’s main line, but the brand’s Creative Director Katie Hillier and Design Director Luella Bartley are already onto their next project. The London-based designers announced Tuesday that they have launched Hillier Bartley, a luxury women’s label that includes ready-to-wear, bags and accessories  full of classic English references. ~ WWD

Just 24 hours after Yoox Group and Richemont both confirmed that they were in talks regarding a “potential business combination” of Yoox and Net-a-Porter, that deal has been solidified.  According to a statement from Richemont, it has signed an agreement to merge Net-a-Porter with Yoox into a new entity called the “Yoox Net-a-Porter Group.” ~ WWD

Has Versace copied an American Apparel T-shirt created by British-born artist Kesh? The LA-based creative shared images from the Italian label’s spring 2015 collection, expressing her outrage that the $650 T-shirt is selling out at Selfridges, two years after her original high-street version debuted for less than $30. ~ Yahoo Style

Sick of your boring gym routine? Looking to spice up your workout? Then ClassPass is for you! For $99 a month, ClassPass allows you to take unlimited (that’s right, unlimited!) fitness classes in your city— and with more than 400 participating studios teaching everything from yoga and Pilates to barre, cycling, boxing and bootcamp, you can bet you’ll never be bored.  To help you get started, we narrowed down the top classes that models like Karlie Kloss, Alessandra Ambrosio and Gigi Hadid stop raving about. ~ Modelinia

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