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heylululemon: who we are and what we are all about

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Here at lululemon we are collaboration, ideation and creativity cultivating enthusiasts! Since our inception, profound and detailed feedback from our guests has been the secret sauce helping us to evolve. We built heylululemon out of this passion and are over the moon for this new space to connect with our incredible community (that’s you)! Your insights and ideas shape our future, and this online community will allow us to engage in two-way conversations in order to co-create and innovate.

On heylululemon we will be sharing the journey your ideas take from share to shelf, checking back in to celebrate each and every step along the way! We will be using the below stages to communicate the big milestones on this ride:

feedback under review
-Pssstttt, people are talking about your idea and jamming on possibilities. Stay tuned for updates!
going for it!
-We connected, chatted, collaborated and now we are going to do something about it!
reviewed ideas
-Not everything is meant to be - this is something that we explored and have decided to park at this time.
already on it!
-It’s destiny, we are currently working on this!
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-We have seen and heard your insight, thanks for adding your voice to the mix!

The conversations and input we have experienced since our launch have been powerful. This is just the beginning and we cannot wait to see all the beautiful pioneering change we will craft together.

But first, let’s get to know each other better.

Every week a team of experts from across our departments gather for a roundtable discussion to dig into the ideas being shared with us on heylululemon.

Here are the original five experts getting personal by answering the following:

-What do you really do here at lululemon?

-When you were 5 years old, what did you want to be when you grew up?

Somerlea:Being the community manager and master connector for heylululemon I am passionate about finding homes for creative ideas to grow and flourish by facilitating innovative collaboration!”
“When I was five I wanted to be The Little Mermaid when I grew up but after my mom explained that this was not so much a possibility, I settled for a Marine Biologist.”

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Matt: “Working with the quality assurance team I listen to, analyze, and create action around any guest-facing quality concerns.”

“I always wanted to be a talent agent – booking gigs and auditions for the hottest stars in town.”

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Cara: “I am the designer of Fast Turn at lululemon athletica. I draw, draft, and sew ideas on a daily basis.”

“Well, my life revolved around candy, so I'm pretty sure I aspired to be like Willy Wonka and have my own candy factory. “

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Britt: ”I'm a product education expert who gets to teach and consult with our internal teams – basically I get to geek about our product all day long!”

“When I was 5 years old I wanted to be a marine biologist – the ocean has always fascinated me and there is still so much for us to learn and discover”
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Marshall: "As a men’s brand manager I create stories around our brand that inspires, challenges and educates our guests."

"Five year old Marshall wanted to be a secret agent – living a life of adventure, espionage and cool gadgets."
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You may have noticed a few of our guest experts, CarlyTina and Jamieson popping on to chat with you. We are all about connecting the right idea with the right person and there will be new faces appearing on heylululemon as new insights arise!

Now that you know a little more about us, we would love to hear all about you! Those profiles are looking kinda bare, let’s spice them up! Upload a stunning photo, add some fun personal facts and let us in on all those unique details that get you up in the morning and living a life you love.

Come on over to heylululemon and let’s co-create!

heylululemon is a feedback and innovation forum where you can post your latest and greatest ideas, join the conversations here

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6 Comments »


Really want the xlong cool racerback tank to come back!!

Comment by Heather Ross — September 23, 2013 @ 9:24 pm


Please design and produce more color coordinated tall groove shorts, other than black. Many (many) women both after birthing children and of a certain age have vein structure in their legs that need the extra support. We take bykram yoga classes too, but really need the extra length. There comes a time when short groove shorts just aren’t appropriate, and we need more options (oh, and the really tall girls need them too)….. Thanks~

Comment by Denise — September 24, 2013 @ 4:22 am


Hi lululemon…
I was looking under “we made too much” about a week ago and saw the “track attack jacket” priced at $69. I don’t know if it was just my eyesight a week ago, or if the marked price really was $69. Anyway, I was looking at t again today… And the price was $99. I actually was going to buy the jacket at $69, but not at $99. And again, I’m not sure if it was just my eyesight a week ago, or if the price has risen. Thanks

Comment by Claire — October 13, 2013 @ 7:54 am


Hi Claire,
We have looked into this for you, and the only pricing that we have posted is $99. We checked into other colours as well, but all have been at $99. Hope this clears things up.
~Katelin
Online Community Educator

Comment by lululemon athletica GEC — October 15, 2013 @ 10:40 am


Hey Lululemon,
I am hoping you will make more of the Tweed City Softshell Jackets (specifically in the lighter color)!
Thanks so much,
Regan

Comment by Regan — October 16, 2013 @ 10:59 am


For years I was so envious of the women I saw in the original Lu Lu hoodies. They always looked so comfy and warm. But the design didn’t work on me. Made my upper body look too short. Imagine my delight when the scuba hoodie was designed a bit longer. The style was flattering with the more fitted look and longer length. What a disappointment the new Scuba stretch is. I hope you’ll bring back the previous design.

Comment by Tracy Smith — October 29, 2013 @ 3:19 pm


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