04 February 2011

'Shape Up Your Lifestyle' event at Arnotts tomorrow, Saturday 5th Feb 2011

Stylist Marietta Doran
If you're about town tomorrow why not check out the ‘Shape Up Your Lifestyle’ event from 12-5pm at Arnotts, in association with Unislim. The event promises everything you need to makeover yourself and your lifestyle, with stylist Marietta Doran, celebrity make-up artist Leonard Daly and Zumba expert, Heather Gordon all on hand to share their secrets, insider tips and industry experiences.

Apparently Marietta will be focusing on SS11 trends and how to take them from the catwalk to your closet, no matter what your body shape. Leonard will talk about interpreting catwalk beauty trends, while Heather will show us how Zumba can help to burn an alleged 500-600 calories an hour. Finally Unislim chef Sharon Hearne-Smith will host a series of healthy cooking demonstrations in Arnotts Home department on the lower ground floor.

And if that little lot isn't enough to entice you, Arnotts will also be running a competition to win a €1000 gift card to help you to ‘Shape Up Your Lifestyle’.


Might see you there!

4 comments:

Claudia Paola. said...

Woah- 500 to 600 cals an hour?!! That's amazing!! This was a great post for the New Year- esp with the resolutions some people may have made. Hearing people like this talk is also really inspiring and motivating at the very least, and so I think it's always helpful.

That's so fun that you are coming to Rome! You'll love it- there is so much to do and see!! Ok, my absolute number 1 recommendation is a pizzeria called "Da Baffetto". It is famous all throughout Italy because it is where you can get real authentic (sinfully delicious) Roman pizza (and the prices are amazing). And all the staff is Roman, too- so it is an authentic Roman experience. I'm going to have to write a whole list of places for you to go- the family recommendations that we pass on to everyone! :D

*Claudia* x
Molto ❤ Fashion

Roxy said...

Grr, only spotting this now on Monday morning - did you go? Was it good?

fluff and fripperies said...

@Claudia, thanks so much for the note, and please bring on the suggestions! Would appreciate any and all help and I think it's always nicer to try places you have personal recommendations for - especially from the locals!

@Roxy, I didn't make it myself in the end, but it sounded fun. Not to worry though, I'm sure they'll be doing something else soon!

Eadaoin said...

Ooof I wish I had read this earlier, sounds like a fun afternoon!