Kate Hudson is one of the most famous romantic-comedy actors in the world. Both her parents also famous actors, her mother also used to be a model. Growing up in the spotlight like she did, Kate learned how to be fashionable. She also learned how important passion and self-determination are to succeed.
Over the years, Kate’s become more synonymous with fashion. She’s one of the most influential fashion icons today. She’s also a role model of health and fitness. A few years, she got the opportunity to combine two of her passions. The result was Fabletics.
Fabletics is the most popular activewear brand in the world. The brand combines fashion and style with affordable fitness wear. As people became more health conscious, more fashion companies began producing fitness wear. There were two problems with fitness wear: it was either too expensive or it wasn’t stylish.
Fabletics perfectly solved both problems. It’s currently leading the activewear movement, a movement made popular by millennial. Activewear is worn both in the gym and out on the town. Millennials have more relaxed standards of dressing, so activewear fits into their health conscious and relaxed life style.
After becoming the hottest brand on the fashion e-commerce market, Fabletics began opening physical stores. That may not make sense to more tech-preferred people, but Fabletics created a company culture that gets people into their stores. Each store hosts special events and other activities as a way of building relationships with the local markets.
The stores also use those events to gauge what specific items are selling and which aren’t. Each store is only stocked with items that local members are more willing to buy. That makes every member feel as though Fabletics understands their specific style personally. Consequently, 25 percent of first-time visitors become members in store.
The biggest example of Fabletic’s success is all the online reviews praising the brand. Not a lot of celebrity-sponsored brands are actually worth the money. Fabletics is the exact opposite. Not only is it worth the money; it’s surprising worth more than what members pay.
Fabletics has all kinds of styles; from simple tanks to capris with sheer panels. It would be difficult for anyone to not find something they like. Those who doubt that fact usually take one of Fabletic’s lifestyle quizzes.
France is world renowned for their wine creations and has been applauded for their efforts for many years now. People travel to France from all around the globe every single year to experience not just the taste of wine, but also the wine making process. The ground and weather in France has proved ideal for grape development over the ages.
If you are one of those people that loves to know how things work behind the scene and how things have evolved over the ages, Traveling Vineyard has picked out the five best wine routes in all of France for that desire. Some of the worlds most well known wine creators open their doors to wine enthusiasts but it can be costly; the other option is to visit a smaller winery potentially hosting a bed & breakfast to take the experience to another level and save you some cash.
Champagne is not just a delicious beverage but a place in France where true Champagne comes from. The Champagne Tribaut has zero charge for a tasting of their creations. They provide a relaxing atmosphere where you can munch on hors d’oeuvres in a salon or on a terrace that has spectacular views of the vineyard. With advance notice they are able to set up a tour of the cellar as well. Dom Perignon, the man acknowledged for creating Champagne, is buried nearby in Hautvillers.
The Alsace wine rout is stunning; you won’t be able to put your camera down. They host a variety of wine festivals towards the end of October which brings the area to life. Alsace is most famous for their Riesling and pinot noir productions, as well as gewürztraminer.
Burgundy provides Chablis in the north, Cote d’Or towards the center, and Lyon or Rhone towards the south. The Route des Grand Crus is the most famous route to take through Burgundy, which follows road N74. There are many signs to make traversing easy.
Bordeaux is in the Southwest portion of France and has a large variety of different roads to follow. There is six recognizable roads that will lead to a variety of wineries and restaurants.
Provence is a very large portion of France; the wine routes start in Toulon and work their way to Saint-Tropez. You’ll also see along the route, olive groves and lavender meadows. Provence is established for their rosé’s.
If for any reason you can’t make a trip out to France, your best bet is experiencing all the best France has to offer with Traveling Vineyard. They bring the worlds wine to your door so you can experience it first hand in the comfort of your home. You can become a wine guide which will allow you to share your findings with your friends and family by hosting a wine tasting. The tastings are free and allows wine lovers to make educated choices without risking the purchase of a bottle they don’t appreciate.
Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer is referred to as Duda Melzer and owns the business conglomerate RBS. RBS is one of brazil’s biggest multimedia communications companies. He is additionally the Chairman for e.Bricks Digital and one of the shareholders of e.Bricks Ventures.
Duda Melzer graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul in 1998 with a Business Administration degree. He received his MBA from Harvard University in 2002. His Brazilian career began in franchising and financing. He worked for the Delphi Corporation as a senior analyst and for Box Top Media in New York. He attended the Building and Leading Customer Centric and Effective Strategies for Media Companies at Harvard Business School in 2008. In 2009 he was a member of the Executive Council of the Standard Norms and the National Council regarding Self-Regulation.
In 2004 Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer joined the RBS Group as the domestic market’s CEO. In 2008 he was promoted to market and business development as President. In 2010 he became the Vice President of the RBO Group. Mauricio Sirotsky Sobrinho is the founder of the company and Duda Melzer is his grandson. In 2012 Duda Melzer was given the prestigious position of Executive Chairman for the RBS Group. He was the successor to his uncle Nelson Pacheco Sirotsky. On July 3rd of 2012 Duda Melzer became the CEO for the RBS Group and there was a ceremony held in Porto Alegre. In May of 2012 his office was formally announced as part of a well-planned process for succession. He started acting as the Chairman for the RBS Group’s board of directors in 2016.
Duda Melzer was honored with the Caboré Award in the category of Professional Vehicle in 2006. The Brazilian Advertising Association awarded him the Professional Highlight in 2009 in the category of Executive Vehicle. He received the Coletiva.Net Award in 2011 and the Merit in Administration Award in 2015.