She wears a jacket by TOM FORD and a bodysuit by PARADE.

Yoga with Adriene

  • Words Doree Shafrir
  • Photography Emma Trim
  • Styling Jèss Monterde

The internet’s best friend is—finally—finding her own flow.

Issue 45

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Arts & Culture

  • Words Doree Shafrir
  • Photography Emma Trim
  • Styling Jèss Monterde
  • Hair & Makeup Kelsey James
  • Styling Assistance Inés Itsaso

During the first few months of the pandemic—those early, scary, pre-vaccine, schools-are-closed days, when we were all still figuring out how to navigate working from home and (possibly) taking care of kids and not going completely insane—there was one woman, it seemed, who had the capacity to lead us all through the wilderness. That woman was Adriene Mishler, better known as the yoga instructor behind the YouTube channel Yoga with Adriene. 

Before the pandemic, Mishler had accumulated a devoted following of a few million, but as soon as lockdown hit, her follower count exploded and she was anointed as a kind of yogic Queen of Quarantine, with her faithful dog, Benji, as court jester.1 She was hailed as the savior of a stressed-out populace, who flocked to her calm demeanor and str...

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