Lori Loughlin stays active doing yoga in LA outing as Felicity Huffman’s two-week prison sentence

Lori Loughlin got in a yoga session Tuesday in Los Angeles while the other notable Hollywood name involved in the college admissions scandal, Felicity Huffman, began her prison sentence in Northern California. Loughlin, 55, donned the same bright yoga ensemble she’s been seen sporting on multiple occasions, of a magenta long-sleeved zip-up top with blue leggings and pink sandals. The Full House actress – who is charged in the scheme with her designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, 56 – kept a low profile with in-ear headphones, sunglasses and a khaki visor, while carrying a pink tote bag on her shoulder. Out and about: Lori Loughlin got in a yoga session Tuesday in Los Angeles while the other notable Hollywood name involved in the college admissions scandal, Felicity Huffman, began her prison sentence in Northern California Loughlin, who played Rebecca ‘Aunt Becky’ Katsopolis on the ABC comedy and its Netflix reboot, and her husband have pleaded not guilty to accusations they paid admissions fixer Rick Singer $500,000 to arrange for the University of Southern California to recruit their daughters Isabella Rose, 21, and Olivia, 20, onto the school̵...

Meet The 25-Year Old Who Designed Modi’s Yoga T-Shirt

It’s no secret that the west has taken yoga and made it famous – but it’s inadvertently giving back – something that could potentially catch the tail-end of the global athleisure trend and become big business in India – with a homegrown twist: yoga apparel. India proposed an International Day of Yoga before the United Nations in December 2014; the resolution was passed and the first International Day of Yoga was held on June 21st, 2015 – exactly one year, to the day, that designer Shivani Nirula had held her first exhibition for her young New Delhi-based women’s yoga-wear brand, Eska. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi practicing yoga; behind him attendees of International Day of Yoga, wearing t-shirts designed by Eska’s Shivani Nirula. Photo courtesy of http://www.pmindia.gov.in/ Incidentally, the over 35 thousand attendees at a mass yoga program led by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at this year’s very recent celebration of International Yoga Day, were wearing t-shirts designed by Nirula, who serves as Eska’s Creative Head. The 25-year old graduate of NIFT New Delhi, a yoga enthusiast herself, says her brand got it’s start when she realized she wasn’t able to...