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Converse and Missoni Team Up Again

Written on August 4, 2014 at 9:33 am , by

Just when we thought our Chuck Taylors couldn’t get any cooler, Converse announces its All Star Missoni Collection, featuring Missoni’s signature zigzag designs on the classic Converse silhouette. In their eighth sneaker collaboration together (why change something that works, right?), the brands’ Fall 2014 line features black and white, black and teal, and purple and beige patterns available in both men and women’s sizes. The new kicks debut today at Nordstrom (almost a month before you can find it at retail stores and Converse.com) and includes a style exclusive to Nordstrom, so get them while you can and get ready to show off more than just your skills on the court!

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Missoni (Exclusive to Nordstrom, $85)

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Missoni ($85 – $100)

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Fancy ($95 – $100)

Images courtesty of Converse Inc.

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Fun Weekend Event: Free Fitness Classes at Nordstrom

Written on May 19, 2011 at 4:40 pm , by

The Zella Movement

The Zella Movement (Photo courtesy of Nordstrom)

Shopaholics like myself probably consider shopping their cardio (one hour actually burns about 150 calories for a 140-pound woman), but this weekend, going to a mall can actually give you a real workout! This Saturday, Nordstrom stores nationwide are hosting The Zella Movement, a day of free fitness activities, from yoga to boot camp classes to celebrate the Zella women’s activewear line.

Visit Nordstrom.com today to find the Nordstrom nearest you and RSVP for some fun, fit classes this weekend!

Now tell us: Planning ahead is a great way to ensure that you squeeze in activity into your schedule. What fun, fit plans do you have for your days off?