Former supermodel Sibyl Buck has been announced as the new face of the fast-growing yoga and lifestyle company, GGO Clothing.
Ms. Buck, a fixture in the fashion world, has appeared in top magazines such as Vogue, Glamor, Marie Claire, Elle and Vanity Fair and in campaigns for Karl Lagerfeld, Vivienne Westwood, and Paloma Picasso. Sibyl walked in fashion shows for Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Alexander McQueen, Christian Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, and many other top fashion labels. Sibyl was the host of European MTV's highly-rated show "The Pulse."
Following a career as a touring musician, Sibyl has relocated to Los Angeles where she focuses on her career as a yoga instructor at Topanga's Yoga Desa, Santa Monica's Yoga Collective and as a private instructor. Sibyl has acquired a large following for her Vinyasa Flow and Hatha Yoga workshops and classes.
Last fall, Sibyl and fellow yogi Vivica Schwartz talked about getting involved with GGO, the new line of organic yoga wear Vivica has developed with her husband, artist Steve Sas Schwartz.
Sibyl explains, "GGO's line appeals to me specifically, because my whole lifestyle revolves around being active, but I still want to look like I got dressed in the morning. Since I wear my yoga clothing from morning till evening to accommodate my teaching schedule, it's important to me that I can wear their clothes from teaching a yoga class straight to dinner!"
She continues, "The fabrics perform beautifully allowing full range of movement, and the designs are innovative and flattering. I especially love the Venus de Milo top, which drapes elegantly. The fact that it's all made from sustainably harvested bamboo means that it's a line I can feel proud of."
"Sibyl represents what's best about fitness, balance and healthy living, especially in the world of yoga," notes Vivica. "She was searching for a line of sustainable clothing that performs - and is made here in LA. That's GGO".
Sibyl will appear in GGO's new fall 2011 line guide and look book, a new print ad campaign starting in April. She will also make personal appearances with GGO's founders at various industry and yoga-related events.
GGO Clothing makes finely tailored organic clothing for active lifestyles. They are driven by authenticity, a simple, comfortable yoga aesthetic, and kindness to our planet. Every garment tells a story through its unique styling, luxurious fabrics, incredible attention to detail and rich palette.
GGO Clothing is available at fine clothing stores, yoga studios and resorts. http://www.ggoclothing.com.