Lululemon Mens

lululemon men: Kelly Serfoss
"I live in the pursuit of finding comfort in discomfort, which starts with having the right tools for the task at hand,” says photographer Kelly Serfoss, who when out in the field, relies effortless apparel to allow him to focus on the work before...
lululemon men: Tobi Shinobi
Tobi Shonibare, better known by his social media moniker Tobi Shinobi, is obsessed with balance and symmetry. The self-taught architecture photographer’s Instagram account is an inspiring stream of mesmerizing spirals, echoed lines and kaleidoscopic...
lululemon men: Robert King
Adventure photographer Robert King has only been shooting professionally for two years, but has spent a lifetime preparing for the role. Now based in Los Angeles, King spent his formative years in Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh before returning to...
lululemon men: Photographer Josh Rubin
Our founder and editor-in-chief Josh Rubin is always imagining the perfect shot—even on a ship. Attending the recent Summit at Sea, he noticed a dude with a fierce beard and tattoos running on the ship's very small track in sleek and technical gear...
lululemon men: Photographer Ryan Plett
It takes substantial vision to capture fashion in an engaging way. An image must deliver more than a product on a person; it has to convey a look, an energy and an identity. NYC-based photographer Ryan Plett captures it all. The works of the portrait...
lululemon Taps Deep Design Expertise to Create New Outerwear for Men
In the last year the number of men we’re seeing wearing lululemon has increased drastically. Known since its early days for making yoga clothes for women, the Vancouver-based brand added menswear in 2013, around the same time they broadened their athletic...