| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff

Founded in 2008, inPhorm’s mission was to create an active and lifestyle brand dedicated to sustainable production and empowering responsible consumers to choose products that are eco-forward and kinder to the Earth. The name “inPhorm” is a nod to customers’ fitness, athletic prowess—and their “informed” passion for preserving the environment and enhancing its recovery.

Dressing women in feminine, comfortable and stylish tennis, golf and active wear has always been inPhorm’s focus, and that will be expanded when menswear and children’s lines debut in the Fall of 2020.

The original inPhorm creative team, Founder/Designer/Creative Director Saad Hajidin and Manufacturer Supinya Vongsurapichet, has evolved and grown into an international business, with a main office in Dallas, Texas, and a design studio in New York City. inPhorm products are sold in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Switzerland, Singapore and Southeast Asia.

Read more about the professionals wearing inPhorm, and its brand ambassadors by visiting its Web site, inPhormNYC.com, or following the brand on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

inPhorm has recently instituted a Pay it Forward campaign, which allows the brand to give back to the community. A growing list of charitable organizations will be involved, such as The Pete Brown Junior Tennis Program and the “Believe” Tennis Camp.

The Pete Brown program provides free tennis to under-served minority children in Compton, Calif., many of whom come from families who live under or near the poverty line. The fun day of tennis instruction and games, gifts and food is supported by the USTA, the City of Los Angeles and the LAPD.

The “Believe” Tennis Camp for young girls is spearheaded by an inPhorm ambassador, former pro Melanie Oudin. “Believe” stresses the fun of becoming better tennis players, as well as learning to believe more in yourself on the court.