Harriett Hendren: Even if you can't be an Olympian, you can dress like one

Herald-Leader fashion writerFebruary 12, 2014 

Nike's Sochi Collection of cold- weather styles includes the Aeroloft 800 Summit jacket for $450.

JEREMY LIEBMAN

If watching the athletes at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, has you hankering for modern, sleek sportswear, several retailers offer Games-inspired collections.

One of the most stylish comes from Nike, which designed the apparel worn by the U.S. Olympic team on the medal stand. Items include the Aeroloft 800 Summit Jacket, $450, a fitted puffer jacket in a metallic silver with patriotic accents that include an American flag and Olympic team patches.

Other pieces include a women's hooded wool cape, $410, which looks more like an upscale hoodie, with leather sleeves, a long back hem and a scuba hood that zips to the chin.

Go to Nike.com.

More shopping news

Pet Wants: The Urban Feed Market, 321 South Ashland Avenue, is celebrating its grand opening from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. The store, which offers natural pet food and pet accessories, will give door prizes to the first 30 customers each day, and select items will be discounted.

The Lexington Humane Society will be at the store Thursday, and Homeward Bound will be there Friday with pets to adopt. For more info, call (859) 948-3333 or go to Facebook.com/petwantslexington.

Shine, a new jewelry store at The Mix, 301 East Vine Street, will host the Lonely Hearts Ball, a grand opening party, from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Food and beverages from National Boulangerie, Table Three Ten and Blanton's Bourbon will be served. DJ's Dr. Midnight and Twilight Boi will supply the music.

Linens Limited, 114 Clay Avenue, will have its annual winter white sale for Bed, Bath & Down from Saturday through Feb. 22.

Urban Outfitters is coming to the former deSha's restaurant space at The Square (formerly Victorian Square). It's the second Urban Outfitters in Kentucky; the first opened in Louisville on Bardstown Road in summer 2012.

The Philadelphia-based Urban Outfitters company also owns the Anthropologie, Free People, Terrain and BHLDN brands.

Urban Outfitters stores offer clothing, accessories and home décor targeted to young adults. Labels include OBEY, Jeffrey Campbell and Herschel Supply Co. Go to Urbanoutfitters.com.

■ A Ross Dress for Less store is coming to Hamburg at the former Office Max location at 2200 Sir Barton Way. The store, opening in March, offers discounted clothing for men, women and children; shoes; accessories, and home décor.

Harriett Hendren's weekly shopping and fashion column has moved to Thursday's Living section from Friday's Weekender. Harriett Hendren: (859) 231-3175. Email: hhendren@herald-leader.com. Twitter: @harrietthendren.

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