Name NOA

Occupation Co founder & creative director of Vie Active

Geography Sydney, Australia right next to beautiful Bondi Beach

How she moves Normally I do a combo of running, yoga and HIIT workouts at the gym however as I am one week away from giving birth to my second daughter, I’ve replaced the high intensity workouts with swimming and walking! I can’t wait to workout with intensity again though! It’s such a mental stress reliever for me!

Favourite pair of kicks/trainers I would have to say my Nike free runs. I am coveting a pair of Isabel Marant sneaker wedges though too!

Favourite piece of kit I’d have to say our Noa Foundation Jacket. It’s where our brand began and I designed it with all the features I wanted in a jacket but couldn’t find anywhere else!

Description of what you are wearing in the picture I am wearing our Katrina Zippered tank and Zanna 7/8 tights while on holiday with my family in New Zealand and going for a trail run (my absolute favourite way to stay fit!)

Favourite active wear brand Of course Vie Active!

My fitness fashion wish list is our Biarritz to Bondi hoodie, and black leopard and Brazilian butterfly tights. I can’t wait for them to arrive!  Also, as I just had my second baby (third if you count the business!) I am super excited to receive our sports bras as with the fully opening front zip they not only look totally hot but they are perfect for sporty mums on the run!

Fitness fashion trends for SS14 As I wrote for our Vie Active blog, this season its all about leopard print! They are huge in runway and street style this year, and with women’s lives becoming increasingly less compartmentalised, leopard print has now shown up in fitness fashion. One of the best leopard print designs is Vie Active’s signature high-definition (and seriously eye-catching) prints. Next time you’re rocking this style, think of it as a neutral—your new LBJ (little bold jacket) and wear it from the studio to the street.

Blog name/website/twitter/FB Blog :  twitter@vieactivewear

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