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David Lynch-Approved Gymwear? Okay.

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    Fitness-fashion collaborations just got extraordinary, folks. Holistic, wellness lifestyle brand Live The Process has teamed up with actress and model Alyssa Miller to create a modern, activewear capsule collection (okay, we're with you) with a portion of proceeds benefitting the David Lynch Foundation (huh?).

    Yes, the man known for Twin Peaks and Mulholland Drive wants you to wear floral to the gym. And, while Lynch didn’t actually design the luxury sportswear collection, there is something a little Laura Palmer about it, don't you think? The high-end (i.e. not budget-friendly), dreamlike collection seems to be perfect for yoga, Pilates, and rooftop lounging of all kinds. It features a floral, meditative-yet-geometric print and is available at Barneys New York.

    The yogawear-Lynch collaboration isn’t surprising; the filmmaker's foundation is actually focused on Transcendental Meditation (TM). Its mission is to make the practice (which is shown to improve sleep and cognitive function, alleviate anxiety, and reduce blood pressure) accessible to everyone, including at-risk populations. Live The Process founder Robyn Berkley was introduced to the TM technique while working towards her yoga certification in Bali. It's meant to be practiced twice per day, for 20 minutes at a time — no chanting required. “We always remind people that, if you are a human being, TM will work for you and unfold your full cosmic potential, which is supreme enlightenment,” Lynch tells Live The Process.

    Plus, Lynch is no stranger to the fashion space; he collaborated with Kenzo at Paris Fashion Week. So, we're probably not the only ones excited about this seemingly-odd collab. Click through to see the collection’s (Log-Lady-approved) standout pieces.

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