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"That’s a big reason why Schwartz — who is also a designer — loves to skate and teach skating. She wants to fill the void she saw when she was growing up of women who were both actively feminine and athletic. There are many more women today who show off both their fashionable and athletic sides (just look at Serena Williams and her catsuits) than Schwartz saw when she was younger, and she feels like she’s a part of that genre of grown-up tomboy.
“I feel like I’m creating an archetype for my daughter and the younger girls who can look at us and see that we don’t just dress up like a boy to fit in and we’re not changing who we are.”