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Vancouver architects Clinton Cuddington and Piers Cunnington are getting a lot of attention for a house they didn't design
Chip Wilson has averted war with Lululemon after agreeing to sell half of his 27 per cent stake in the company to a private
Chip Wilson may have lost his first battle with the board of Lululemon, the company he founded, but it looks like the war
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson’s brief gig appearing on lists of Canada’s richest people came to an end this year, and that
When Lululemon thumbed its nose at empathy by blaming women's thighs for its own mistakes, customers started saying in droves "You don't actually get me at all." It is like discovering your spouse has an alternate personality that you don't recognize. Where did Lululemon go wrong? In our view, two places.
Women are starting to protest Photoshop in magazines, impossible beauty standards from the fashion industry, and messaging from marketers that we ought to hate ourselves for who we are.
Chip Wilson is out, Laurent Potdevin is in at Lululemon. Potdevin, who most recently served as president of TOMS shoes, has
An online petition is calling out Lululemon, asking its founder Chip Wilson to stop blaming his company's quality issues
In an interview with Bloomberg TV on Tuesday, Lululemon founder Chip Wilson explained that when the company's pants become see-through or start to pill, the problem may have more to do with the shape and size of the woman wearing the garment than the garment itself. "Some women's bodies just actually don't work for [the pants]," Wilson said. "...it's really about the rubbing through the thighs, how much pressure is there over a period of time and how much they use it." In other words, don't blame the "In the Flow" crops. They can't help it if your legs are just too flabby for proper athletic-wear functioning.
Lululemon founder, Chip Wilson, recently said that the problem with his company's yoga pants is really a problem with some women's bodies. It appears they believe that plus-sized women don't engage in yoga, and what's more, they shouldn't deserve to. Why? Because their bodies don't work with Lululemon's vision of what someone engaging in yoga should look like.