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lucy Harmony Yoga Collection features Cool Cotton
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Jan '09
lucy launches its latest line of yoga wear: The lucy Harmony Collection, featuring Cool Cotton, lucy's newest technical fabric. Recognizing a strong demand for yoga apparel made with natural materials, lucy has developed a soft, breathable cotton that wicks moisture and provides compression.

“Yoginis no longer have to choose between natural and performance fabrics. With Cool Cotton, technology harmonizes with a natural cotton to keep yoga practitioners cool, dry and covered,” said Kira Karmazin, Vice President of Merchandising & Marketing for lucy activewear.

Each piece in the Harmony Collection provides optimum flexibility and range-of-motion through thoughtful, fashion-forward designs. Expect low-rise waists, supportive halter straps and flattering surplice styling—all executed in Cool Cotton's performance stretch, which keeps the apparel from straying during difficult poses. Dying techniques such as batik, dip dye ombre and tie-dye are recurrent throughout the line, reflecting the Harmony Collection's view of both the calm yoga lifestyle and a global yearning for peace (look for the Chinese symbol for “peaceful” on many of the items).

lucy activewear is a Portland, Oregon-based apparel company for women who value style, fit and performance. Launched in 2000, the lucy brand was created to inspire a woman's active life; since then, lucy activewear has grown from its origins as lucy.com, an online retailer, to a vertical retailer currently operating 63 stores nationwide.

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