Fashion, food and shopping
While we usually hit the gym to work out (bikini bod, here we come), this weekend we’ll be going for something a little more fun – a free event that involves three of our favorite things: fashion, food and shopping.
A day at the gym like no other
Take a break from the treadmill and enjoy a fashion show to celebrate the grand opening of The Shop at Equinox West LA. Instead of sweating it out in a cardio class, take in a poolside runway show featuring looks from The Shop at Equinox and special, one-day only trunk shows from Julie Tuton jewelry, DiNeila Brazil swimwear and A. Ché beach dresses. Since all that fashion-watching and shopping is almost as exhausting as a full-body workout, indulge in delicious fare from Champagne French Bakery Cafe and drinks from Basement Tavern. Plus, you get a gift bag (who doesn’t love presents?) including special offers from The Shop and The Spa. Don’t you wish every gym day included all that fun stuff?
More about The Shop at Equinox
Working out requires the right apparel and equipment to maximize results, and, let’s face it, make sure we look good while burning calories. The Shop at Equinox is where to go for on-trend basics and flattering workout wear that makes hitting the gym that much more enjoyable. From hoodies and tank tops to shorts, tees and more, there’s really no longer an excuse to work out in your oldest pair of sweats and your boyfriend’s old T-shirt.
The event details
The fun and fabulous event takes place at Equinox Sports Club West LA (1835 S. Sepulveda Boulevard), this Saturday, April 28, from 6 to 9 p.m. Non-members are welcome. RSVP to Kira.Simonson@equinox.com.
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