Fitness

Barre & Soul Now Has Its Own Clothing Line

The collection is inspired by feminism, classic rock, and barre fans everywhere.
Barre and Soul

Photo courtesy of Holy Smoke Photography

Andrea Lucas, the founder of local barre chain Barre & Soul, is dipping her (pointed) toes into the athleisure world.

Barre & Soul’s five locations will now carry an eponymous clothing line created by Lucas and a former designer from Nasty Gal, Revolve, and other contemporary brands. Everything is made in Los Angeles, using ethically sourced and recycled materials.

In a blog post, Lucas says the line is inspired by “our community, classic rock, the feminist movement of the ’60s and ’70s, …[and] the grace of ballerinas like Lotte Berk, the original creator of barre.” It includes pieces like leopard-print leggings, a bomber jacket, and graphic tank tops emblazoned with phrases like, “I Have Resting Barre Face” and, “Feminist As F*ck.”

The collection is on sale now at Barre & Soul’s studios in in Brookline; Cambridge; Melrose; Portsmouth, New Hampshire; and Providence, Rhode Island.

Barre and Soul

Photo courtesy of Holy Smoke Photography


Jamie Ducharme Jamie Ducharme, Health Editor at Boston Magazine jducharme@bostonmagazine.com


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