Founder and Creative Director of Nylora Caroline Jang She emphasizes that she’s meant to be worn during exercise and for normal everyday life – aka “versatility”.
“In Korea, the culture is that sportswear should only be worn at the gym,” she says. “While living between Seoul and the US, I realized that there was a need for truly polished looks that are as great in the gym as they looked to brunch, so I founded Nylora to help bridge the gap between ready-to-wear and sportswear. I often include outerwear in my My collections because I want women to have a complete look as options and I know artistic and performance fabrics can look stylish too.”
We caught up with Sims to talk more about her collaborations with the women-owned little biz, along with her favorite type of exercise.
OK + OK: Congratulations on your new collaboration with Nylora. Can you tell us more about that?
Molly Sims: I like it very much. Molly Sims x Nylora capsule is the best adorable girl with monochrome look.
W+G: What are your favorite ways to exercise?
Ms: I love HIIT workouts. I need to do fast, high intensity exercises that increase my heart rate because in that time I see results. My favorite coach is Luke Melton Training Companion And the lacy stone. I also like to swap it out for other types of workouts – I enjoy it Hot Pilates by Shannon Nag, Melissa Wood HealthThen Katya Price dance.
W+G: What type of exercise do you think everyone should try at least once?
Ms: HIIT! You will be exhausted, but you will see results.
W + G What was the only product that changed the way you exercise?
Ms: P.volve’s p.ball ($60). I swear this thing targets muscles I didn’t even know I had.
W+G: What are some of your favorite pieces in this line?
Ms: The tight pants It’s my favorite – I can wear it with a sweater, sweater, or cardigan. It is multi-use.
W+G: How do you like wearing them outside of your workout?
Ms: I like to wear it with blush sneakers or a sweatshirt under a jacket if I need an extra layer.
W+G: What do you do on those days when it seems really hard to move your body?
Ms: Even if I’m feeling sluggish, I’ll try to go for a walk in the street or on the treadmill just to get moving. I always feel better even if it’s only for 20 minutes.
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