Tennis Whites… And Greeens & Yellows!

 

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Grassy greens, day-glo yellows, Wimbledon whites… tennis is serving up style, on court and off, with its signature colors in full bloom for summer!

LEFT COLUMN: L’ETOILE SPORT RACQUET WOOL INTARSIA KNIT SWEATER $195; ELEVEN BY VENUS WILLIAMS BREAKPOINT COLORBLOCK TENNIS SKIRT $78; KULE WOMEN’S COURTSIDE SOCK $28; GUCCI BASKET SNEAKER $1420

CENTER COLUMN: ERES NAUTICA COURSE SWIMSUIT $515; CHINATOWN MARKET X SMILEY TENNIS BALLS 3 PACK $39.99; LACOSTE RUNWAY SPRING SUMMER 2022 (STAGED TENNIS COURT!)

RIGHT COLUMN: LORO PIANA WAIKIKI LEATHER-TRIMMED SUEDE SLIDES $850; MARYSIA SERENA SCALLOPED RECYCLED SEERSUCKER TENNIS DRESS $399; WILSON CUSTOM DESIGN YOUR OWN RACQUET $309; S’WELL MATCH POINT CRINK CHILLER $20; LACOSTE RACERBACK SPORTSBRA $90; BOTTEGA VENETA WEBBING BAG $2500

 

Title IX: Activism On and Off the Field

 

The 1982 Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters basketball team, winner of the inaugural NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament

 
On view May 13 to September 4 at the New-York Historical Society is Title IX: Activism On and Off the Field, a new exhibition that commemorates the 50th anniversary of Title IX. This groundbreaking legislation that reshaped womens’ sports in America was an addition to the Education Amendments Act of 1972 that prohibited discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive federal assistance.

Title IX is Best known for its twin flashpoints of sports and sexual harassment. The exhibition traces its evolution through the work of those whose personal and professional experiences with sex discrimination in education and federal government agencies made them advocates for Title IX. There are personal items, photographs, and a re-creation of a campus kiosk advertising Take Back the Night demonstrations over the last 30 years, which in the 70’s became the first worldwide movement to combat sexual violence.
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The Lightweights

 

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Cycling, running, paddling, hiking…
get in gear with this collection of super lightweight and performance driven equipment that all together weighs less than 50 lbs!

SPECIALIZED S-WORKS AETHOS DURA-ACE DI2 BIKE $14,000. Top off the world’s lightest frame with Shimano’s legendary Dura-Ace Di2 groupset and Roval’s featherweight Alpinist wheels for the ultimate ride. With its clean and minimal design, and weighing in at 14 lbs, Aethos puts the focus on a great cycling experience for those riders who appreciate the performance of a high-end racing bike more than just winning races.

NIKE ZOOMX VAPORFLY NEXT% 2 $250. Weighing just 6.6 oz, the Vaporfly NEXT% 2 is Nike’s fastest and one of the lightest carbon fiber racing shoes you can buy. It offers the record-breaking technology that has propelled pros like Eliud Kipchoge across the finish line, with an upper redesigned for everyday comfort and durability.

100% HYPERCRAFT $165. The frameless 100% Hypercraft shield is incredibly lightweight yet durable at just 23 grams with its UltraCarbon™ technology. Streamlined laser cut rimless shield with aerodynamic ventilation; crack resistant Ultra HD lenses; and 5.5-base cylindrical shield lens for increased peripheral combine for superior performance, optics, and protection. Also available is smaller Hypercraft XS. Read More

 

Surf + Turf

 

SALT + SNOW FAMILY AND FOUNDERS

Salt + Snow is a new sport apparel e-commerce site curated and targeted to the ski, surf, and outdoor adventure loving woman. Co-founded by “Chief Adventurists” and friends, Kathy Thomas and Sara Zilkha, the site is designed to be an online marketplace and gathering spot for the female athlete — that beyond shopping is an insider’s guide to the travel, gear, food, and lifestyle that accompanies these sports.

Kathy and Sara met as fellow moms with kids at the same school in NYC. Picked to work on the school auction together, they were joined at the hip for a year, and so successful as a team that they went on to chair the event for 3 years. During that time Kathy invited Sara on a surf trip, a passion she had discovered in her 40’s. It imbued in Sara the same love of the sport. They kept their friendship and surf trips going, even after Sara moved to Aspen with her family.

It was on one of these surf trips that Salt + Snow was conceived. It began as a conversation about their shared obsession for adventure travel. For Kathy it was surf and ski, and for Sara it was other outdoor sports. Both were the types who would plan trips for their friends. In fact, Kathy had been organizing active vacations she called “Chicks on Sticks” for mountain adventures, and “Out the Back” for surfing. Read More

 
 

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