Right now, "inclusive" seems to be the word on every dancewear manufacturer's lips. Aurora Tights, by contrast, has been talking about—and, more importantly, doing something about—inclusivity for several years now. Aurora was founded by two competitive figure skaters...
Figure Skating in Detroit provides opportunities to girls that are life-changing. Read our interview with the Executive Director of Figure Skating in Detroit, Lori Ward!
As a Team USA Figure Skater, two time National Medalist, and entrepreneur with two patents for inventions, Pooja Kalyan has achieved a lot at the young age of 17!
According to her mother, Vanessa James and her sister Melissa went on the computer after watching the 1998 Winter Olympics and made a contract saying “Mom and Dad, if we both get straight A’s, will you take us to figure skating lessons at six in the morning?” The rest is history.
Ali Willingham auditioned for the University of the Arts dance school on a dare. Now, he is a choreographer and coach at PHILADANCO. Read about him in our blog!
Created by three extremely accomplished competitive ice skaters and dancers, Aurora Tights is an activewear line designed for athletes and artists of all skin tones and sizes.
Jasmine Snead, Imani Rickerby, and Sydney Parker all experienced marginalization in their respective sports — and this occurred in part because the clothing they wore made them feel like they didn't fit in. That's why their brand, Aurora Tights, came to be.
Jaime Atilano is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland and is an influencer, a writer, and an advocate for change in the LGBTQ+ community! Read our exclusive interview now!
Being a model who has seen herself on a billboard in Times Square, the beautiful Priscilla Del Castillo is living the dream and amazing people everywhere while embracing body positivity. Read our interview with her!
Synchronized skating is all about matching – from dresses, to extensions, and even nail polish. Scores are partially based on precision and unison, so every movement must match perfectly. With this in mind, how do we embrace diversity within our sport?