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11. TRAINSTATION

The gym is en­tirely class based, with spe­cial­ized train­ers who share the Trainstation phi­los­o­phy. Spe­cial fit­ness snacks and juices are tai­lor or­dered, mas­sage sta­tions are avail­able, and in­ti­mate one-on-one re­la­tion­ships with at­ten­dees are the norm. The goal is to get clients think­ing about their health out­side of the gym as much as in­side. In prac­tice, the fit­ness cen­ter serves as a meet­ing point where at­ten­dees so­cial­ize, ex­change fit­ness ideas, plan ac­tive week­end ex­cur­sions, and work out in a dy­namic and en­ter­tain­ing set­ting.

12. JANET JACK­SON WEARS GIUSEPE ZAN­OTTI DESIGNFOR THEUNBREAKABLEWORLDTOUR

Mr. Giuseppe Zan­otti is pleased to an­nounce Janet Jack­son wear­ing his ex­clu­sive shoe de­signs dur­ing her Un­break­able World tour. Ms. Jack­son will be wear­ing cus­tom­made styles, based on one of the brand’s most pop­u­lar sneak­ers, which have been ex­clu­sively cus­tom­ized in sev­eral unique color ways for the star.“i am thrilled to have been asked by Janet to cre­ate the shoes for her tour. She has been a great friend for many years, and I have the ut­most re­spect for her as one of the most iconic and out­stand­ing artists and style icons of our time. It is a true honor and plea­sure to see her wear and en­joy my spe­cial cre­ations made for her. We are so ex­cited to see her on tour. I, along with all her fans are re­ally over­joyed,” says Mr. Giuseppe Zan­otti.

13. VIC­TO­RIA AN­GELS ’SSECRETADTENNEWSUPERMODEL

Join­ing al­ready es­tab­lished An­gels Lily Aldridge, Alessandra Ambrosio, Adri­ana Lima, Behati Prinsloo, and Candice Swanepoel are mod­els Kate Grigorieva (Rus­sia), Tay­lor Hill (Colorado), Elsa Hosk (Swe­den), Martha Hunt (North Car­olina), Jac Ja­ga­ciak (Poland), Stella Maxwell (United King­dom), Lais Ribeiro (Brazil), Sara Sam­paio (Por­tu­gal), Romee Strijd (Hol­land) and Jas­mine Tookes (Cal­i­for­nia). The ex­panded An­gel lineup gives Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret the largest group of con­tract mod­els in its his­tory and the most pow­er­ful col­lec­tion of es­tab­lished and emerg­ing mod­els in the world. The tim­ing was ap­pro­pri­ate. The brand has, over the past few years, put in­creas­ing em­pha­sis on both its Swim and Sport lines, while sub­stan­tially in­creas­ing its in­ter­na­tional dis­tri­bu­tion. Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret con­tin­ues to dom­i­nate the multi-bil­lion dol­lar lin­gerie mar­ket where it is, by far, the global leader.

14. DIORANOUNCESNEWMALEFRAGRAN SAUVAGE CE:

Why Sauvage? Be­cause we like it. It’s as sim­ple as that. Be­cause it’s a snappy name with a nice ring to it. A com­pelling name. A Dior name. A PROVOCA­TIVE DIOR “SAUVAGE”? Yes, with the bold ap­proach that has al­ways driven the cre­ation of Dior fra­grances. Like a cry that ex­presses in­stant viril­ity. A raw name that speaks of an in­ti­mate con­nec­tion with one’s true na­ture. A “sauvage” with the Dior touch, tightly bal­anced be­tween his in­born an­i­mals and a nat­u­ral so­phis­ti­ca­tion. An en­counter be­tween Raw and the Noble.

15. Onele­banonof­fereda­fi­nan­cial­do­na­tion to the Chil­dren of the Le­banese Army

Gen­eral Jean Kah­wagi, com­man­der of the Le­banese Army, has re­ceived in Yarzé the ONE LE­BANON NGO board mem­bers who have of­fered him a financial do­na­tion to the Chil­dren of the Le­banese Army Mar­tyrs. Gen­eral Kah­wagi thanked them for their gen­eros­ity that shows their sol­i­dar­ity with the mil­i­tary in­sti­tu­tion and the mar­tyrs fam­i­lies. The So­prano Ta­nia Kas­sis, founder and pres­i­dent of ONE LE­BANON men­tioned the spe­cial trib­ute made by the NGO to the Le­banese Army dur­ing its last One Le­banon sol­i­dar­ity con­cert pre­sented at the Fo­rum de Bey­routh in May 2015 with the as­so­ci­a­tion of­fi­cial part­ner ABC, stress­ing on the in­ten­tion of the NGO to con­tinue sup­port­ing the chil­dren of the Le­banese Army Mar­tyrs. This con­cert was broad­casted si­mul­ta­ne­ously on all the Le­banese TV sta­tions on the oc­ca­sion of the Army day.

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