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This fashion video focuses on Caroline Frenette's Charlie Sattva collection, which boasts fashionable yet comfortable designs, ...
so that you'll feel comfortable and relaxed during Yoga.
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Veronica Delfino: Welcome to WatchMojo.com. I am your host Veronica. Caroline Frenette has combine to her fashion know how with her long time passion for yoga to create a new and exciting yoga line called Charlie Sattva yoga-a-porter. First of all, can you tell us why design a yoga line?
Caroline Frenette: I used to do high-end ready to wear and I've been doing yoga for 17 years and I couldn't find anything, so I decided to blend my knowledge of fashion and my passion for yoga and here is Charlie Sattva.
Veronica Delfino: How did you come up with the name?
Caroline Frenette: The name is set of a word play, Charlie is from my other line and Sattva means balance, harmony. This is something we need in our lives and it sort embodies the line as well because the clothes are so comfortable and they are just enhancing beauty while being in balance.
Veronica Delfino: Can you tell me what your mission is?
Caroline Frenette: My mission is to enhance beauty, well-being and spirituality in everyday life, and I thought by creating a line that makes women feel good and look good. It's just enhancing your everyday life.
Veronica Delfino: So here at Charlie Sattva, you don't use specular sizes. Can you tell us a little bit more about that?
Caroline Frenette: I have created a sizing system because I personally was tired of being a number or just a size, so I decided one day to choose quality. So instead of extra small, I took few letters XS and I made it xtremely Splendid, small is sensational, medium is magnificent, large is luscious and extremely large is xtremely luscious, and I figured women would feel better being a quality instead of being just a number, and so far it's working out pretty good.