24 September 2010

WIN the fashionista’s ultimate run at Nike’s new running store!

All fitness fashionistas like to make a style statement.

Long gone are the days of running round the park in your old jogging bottoms and a scruffy tee. Ever since our editor stylishly ran her first marathon, we wanted the latest colours, hi-tech fabrics and the most perfect running shoes to help us achieve the best performance and make us feel fabulous while we’re glowing (glamorous girls don’t sweat!). So it’s no surprise that we’ll be running straight down to the brand new Nike Running Store, when it opens its doors in London’s Covent Garden this October.

The Nike LunarGuide+2 inspired by Grazia, designed at the NIKEiD studio

As Nike’s first running-specific store, it’s set to become the destination for every type of runner – from the gym goer who wants pink Tempo shorts and running bra, to the 10K aficionado who prefers sleek black running capris and a matching jacket. And for those who want something individual, you’ll even be able to customise your own Nike Running footwear and apparel at the new store’s NIKEiD studio.

Indeed, Grazia’s shopping editor Sophie Ferguson Jones has designed the Nike LunarGlide+2 inspired by Grazia magazine, saying, ‘It’s a nod to the A/W catwalk’s bright and jewel colour trends. Which is why we are so excited to be hosting a special reader event at the first Nike Running Store in London’s Covent Garden.'

Grazia is hosting a special reader event at the first Nike Running Store in London's Covent Garden. Thirty-five readers will win tickets to the event, and 15 of these will win their own Nike LunarGlide+2 shoes inspired by Grazia magazine, plus the latest Nike Running apparel, and will get the chance to hit the streets of London with the Grazia team for a bespoke run. Everyone at the event will get an exclusive goodie bag.

To win your place on 20 October, simply answer the following question:


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