Lululemon has just recalled over 300,000 tops due to risk of injury. Yes, injury. The elastic drawstrings on the top, which they’ve sold since 2008, have been snapping back and hitting people in the face. So far, there have been seven reported injuries to the face and eye, Fortune reports.
Who says you have to give up your Lululemon shopping addiction when you head down the Shore? Turns out, this summer, Lululemon will have a fully-stocked pop-up shop in Avalon, complete with a good assortment of seasonal and beach-friendly merchandise. Insert the crying-tears-of-joy emoji here.
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Yoga and Beer With CoreFitness, Broad Street — And More Fit and Fun Things to Do in Philly This Weekend
We’ve got lots of fun stuff on the fitness roster this week, from cheering on Broad Street runners (if you aren’t running yourself) to outdoor yoga followed by beer with CoreFitness to a seriously tough H.I.I.T. run to the Art Museum, and more. Take your pick, people!
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As I’ve written before, it’s mighty tough to find stylish workout gear. Enter Lululemon, the brand that, for better or worse, catapulted the yoga pant into the style stratosphere and our everyday wardrobe rotation. And now? They’re coming to Cherry Hill.
The high-end athletic-wear store opens a Cherry Hill Mall location on Friday at 10am, followed by a weekend of celebrations, including a free yoga class. Be Well Philly has all the details; head here to find the best day to visit.
Lululemon Walnut Street is finally set to reopen this weekend in a temporary location following the partial roof collapse at its 1527 Walnut Street store on January 27th.
The store has moved just down the street at 1422 Walnut Street and will celebrate its grand re-opening with activities beginning on Friday evening. Here’s the lineup:
If you’ve never hopped on a Flywheel bike before, here’s your chance (and it sounds pretty darn sweet): On Friday, February 27th, Flywheel is teaming up with the folks at Lululemon Athletica Wayne to bring you Fly and Flow, an evening of free spin, yoga, and margaritas. In other words, the best happy hour ever. Read more »
If you’ve been dying to spend the Lululemon gift card you got for Christmas, looks like you’ll be able to do it in-store sometime soon. Lululemon announced on Facebook that they’ll be temporarily relocating the Walnut Street store to 1422 Walnut Street, where Kenneth Cole (which closed at the end of January) used to be. The temporary location is just a hop, skip and a throw from their 1527 Walnut Street location, which has been closed for the past few weeks after the store’s roof unexpectedly collapsed.
— Matt Simansky (@ActionNewsMatt) January 27, 2015
Fortunately, only minor injuries were reported and the yoga store has since set up a temporary base elsewhere. However, the question remains: What exactly caused our most recent (at least, according to public knowledge) collapse scare?
Philly’s Lululemon store just posted a message on its Facebook page that it’ll be temporarily relocating while its 1527 Walnut Street store remains closed for repairs following the partial roof collapse on January 27th.
“We are planning to relocate, but we don’t have any details just yet,” the store’s assistant manager Alyssa Horn told me.