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THERE'S NO ONE LIKE LYSA COOPER

LYSA COOPER - Simply put, there’s no one like Lysa. Lysa is a woman with robust opinions, who has traveled down a myriad of career paths, adding to her complex arsenal of talent along the way. The energetically honest, art-loving, fashion icon has made a name for herself from coast to coast. From New York originally, Lysa made her start in the nightclub business; leading to her career as a stylist starting in the late 90’s. Lysa’s timeless influence has made an incredible impact in the fashion industry and beyond. Despite Lysa’s creative mind and true originality in fashion, her influence doesn’t stop there. Over the last 5 years, she has branched out from styling and has found a new path that is not only inspiring but also brings true meaning to helping others. Now living in her eccentric purple home in Venice Beach, Lysa’s focus is exerted on the importance of mental health. This includes helping people create sacred spaces within their home, cope with anxiety, depression, or the need to find joy that is inherent within all of us. We had the pleasure of sitting down with Lysa to hear about her life journey, her love for Venice Beach, and her biggest life lessons.

"I've been wearing sweats forever. I’m the fore founder of homeless chic. As black folks, we don’t sit around dirty. I shower every day. I get up, I get dressed. I make my bed. I think it’s really important."

"I’m up close and personal with other human beings. It’s been a very slow year but in saying that it’s also been a great year to kind of figure out who’s full of shit and who isn’t. It’s going to be a much clearer future for everybody."

We love you, Lysa!!

"I’m up close and personal with other human beings. It’s been a very slow year but in saying that it’s also been a great year to kind of figure out who’s full of shit and who isn’t. It’s going to be a much clearer future for everybody."

"I've been wearing sweats forever. I’m the fore founder of homeless chic. As black folks, we don’t sit around dirty. I shower every day. I get up, I get dressed. I make my bed. I think it’s really important."

"Everybody’s afraid of what other people are going to say about them. I just don’t give a fuck. I’m very good at owning my shit." 

Yoga is sacred to me. I’m always trying to make enough space for my own daily yoga practice which I don’t show on social media, so that I can fully be present and surrender my ego. I feel like in this time and age we often forget the true principles of yoga and only see these mesmerizing poses, and the ego keeps feeding off of that. So right now, what I’m trying to do is coming back to reason why I started yoga in the first place, because it made me feel good and helped me to relax, and not to get into any advanced poses at all. 

"Everybody’s afraid of what other people are going to say about them. I just don’t give a fuck. I’m very good at owning my shit." 

We love you,
Lysa!!