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Michelle Bridges unveils miniature line of her adult range
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Aug '13
A fashionably colourful way to fight the recurring problem of childhood obesity has been introduced lately by the famous Australian personal trainer Michelle Bridges.
 
The 43-year-old television personality, who also is a successful fitness book author, has recently launched a range of activewear titled ‘mini me’ for little girls.
 
Available in sizes 8 to 16, the hi-tech breathable fabric-made collection is the miniature version of Bridges-designed adult’s fitness line.
 
Based on bright, fluorescent child-friendly hues, the range’s leggings, T-shirts and hoodies feature graffiti-style motivational slogans like ‘Born to run’, ‘Talk to the Sneakers’ and ‘I can. I will. I am’.
 
The high-performance ensembles will be exclusively available for sale at Australia’s largest discount department store chain Big W.
 
Founded in 1970s, Big W, which is a division of the famous Australian retail company Woolworths Limited, operates with a network of 176 stores.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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