furthermorefrom-Equinoxarrowblackblack-2arrowindicator-arrowsearch-iconfacebook-icontwitter-iconpinterest-iconinstagram-iconemailclose-iconquote-iconfurthermore-logofromEquinoxfrom-Equinox-1micplay

Apparel drop: Koral menswear

The inspiration:

“I create a story behind each collection. I get inspired by everything—travel, art, music, and my lifestyle. For menswear, it’s a little different, because the pieces tend to be more geared to performance benefits and functionality.”

The favorites:

“I think the sweatshirt and sweatpants in the scuba material look really cool. The camo bomber jacket is my favorite piece.”

The fitness routine:

“My first triathlon was three years ago. Right now, I’m pretty focused on training. During the week, I swim, bike, and run at the gym and then, because I live in LA, on the weekends I swim, bike, and run outside. Koral is perfect, because sometimes I bike first, then take a spin class, and I can jump into the pool in my outfit.”

The diet regimen:

“I’m up at five a.m. and my eating habits are really healthy. Sometimes I do intermittent fasting. I stopped eating red meat when I was 19 and stopped chicken two years ago. I’m not eating fish right now. But I don’t like to label myself, though, because maybe in a few months my diet will change.”

The recovery habits:

“All the running I do is a lot for the body, so I do yoga for stretching and to relax my muscles. I also get lymphatic drainage massages once a week.”

This interview has been lightly edited for publication.

Fashion disruptor: Gwen Whiting of The Laundress

How to wash your workout gear, according to an expert.

Life
Q&A: Kate Young

“It’s sort of 80 percent wellness and 20 percent decadence”

Life
Climbing Europe’s tallest mountain on prosthetic legs

“With persistence, discipline, and vision, no goal is out of reach.”

Body