This Saturday marked the launch of athletic wear brand K-DEER’s spring line, known as the “Weekender” collection. In celebration of the launch, the brand hosted 40 of New York’s top fitness Editors and Influencers to enjoy renowned instructor Amanda Kloots’ new class called The Body. Wearing head to toe K-DEER ensembles, the ladies broke a sweat doing a results-oriented combination of cardio plus targeted leg, arm and ab work to high tempo music.
Post workout, guest re-fueled with refreshments provided by TYME Food, Hint Water, Health-Ade Kombucha and Peeled snacks. The event served as an opportunity for women to “unplug” from their daily stresses and focus on making human-to-human connections. Amanda’s cardio-packed, full body work out also allowed for brain to body connections, utilizing her expertly choreographed sequences to push guests to think several steps ahead while also focusing on the moves at hand.
Founded by Kristine Deer in 2013, K-DEER has become renowned for leggings with a pill-proof, flattering fit thanks to their high-quality fabric with single-layer 4-way stretch spandex nylon. The feel of the pants is fantastic. Soft to touch and they breathe well during your epic workout. And, since they are made with eco-friendly dyes and finishings there is no need to worry.
Inspired by southern California’s exclusive Palm Springs, Sedona’s desert landscape and Nantucket’s preppy New England charm, the Weekender collection marries a palette of dark denim-inspired blues with peachy pastels and corals. While the Weekender collection’s “Palm Beach” print seemed to be a crowd favorite, the stand out hit of the day was K-DEER’s latest addition to the Signature Stripes collection known as “The Molly Stripe.” Named after Founder and Creative Director Kristine Deer’s middle name, The Molly Stripe is the conversation starter for the Spring Collection, bringing awareness and empathy to the struggles of mental illness. Proceeds of the Molly Stripe support Bring Change to Mind, a powerful movement that educates, supports and fights against the stigma.