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We’ve got one more reason to skip Sbarro on your next layover, and that’s so you’ll be able to fit into all the itty bitty things that Victoria’s Secret has to offer. The purveyors of fine undies and other sexy little things are making the move from catalog and mall to the airport, and it’s not just domestic airports either; they’re going global.
Over in Amsterdam, the secret was out this summer, as the store opened up its very first location inside the city’s Schiphol Airport. Of course there will be plenty of under things, but don’t forget those lotions, perfumes, and other beauty goods. This newest location is in addition to a few other options that have been around for a couple years in spots like Brazil, Argentina and Dubai.
Miami International Airport--particularly the D Terminal--continues to spruce itself up, first with respectable places to eat and drink, and now with a brand new sundries shop.
OK, so it's not exactly haute couture, but if you want labels, MIA has those too: There's a Coach, Thomas Pink and even an Emporio Armani also right there in AA's D gates area.
Fashion cred aside, we were stoked to welcome Air Essentials to MIA. We're used to seeing shops like this--a pharmacy without the Rx drugs, basically--in European and Australian airports, and wish more U.S. cities would follow suit and get themselves one, too. If not Air Essentials, even a good ol' CVS or Walgreens would do.
Jennifer Garner was spotted boarding a flight out of JFK Tuesday with her daughters, Seraphina Rose and Violet. The girls have been in New York City for the past couple of weeks while Jennifer filmed Arthur, a remake of the 1981 classic. The reboot stars Russell Brand, who stripped down to his underwear on the set Tuesday. No wonder Jen was in such a hurry to get out town!
When Seraphina Rose boarded the flight with her mom and sister, she was wearing a cute red and white striped hoodie with matching watermelon hair clips, but when she landed in LAX she had done a quick wardrobe change and emerged from the flight in an equally cute pair of purple leggings and white t-shirt.
If you've been looking for a way to give back to the men and women of the armed services, look to The Fisher House Foundation. As a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting America's military in their time of need, they're always looking for donated frequent flyer miles. The Hero Miles program allows passengers to donate their frequent flyer miles to service members and their families.
Fisher House specifically uses the donated miles to provide free airline tickets to military men and women who are being treated at a military or VA medical center due to an injury they sustained in Iraq or Afghanistan. The purchased plane tickets provide these men and women with the ability to visit home on an approved leave, or for their families to come to them.
The Fisher House works with several airlines including AirTran Airways, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Midwest Airlines, Northwest Airlines, United Airlines, and US Airways for the Heroes Miles program. To donate, you can visit Fisher House's website or the individual airlines and request information about donating your miles.