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See Nikes New Reimagined 1 Women's Sneaker Collection

See Nike’s New Reimagined 1 Women's Sneaker Collection Nike has released a new collection of women's sneakers called Reimagine 1, which features five new takes on both the Air Jordan 1 and Air Force 1. When you put 14 talented women into a room and give them free reign on an immensely inspiring creative feat, great things are bound to happen. And when that “creative feat” is a new collection at Nike , “great things” equals rad shoes. Prepare yourself, because a new lineup of women’s footwear is here and it blends the classically cool with the brilliantly futuristic in the most epic of ways. In 1982, Nike came out with the now-iconic Nike Air Force 1, which was followed by the equally celebrated Air Jordan 1 in 1985. The two styles, which were originally designed by men for male basketball players, have since come to not only define Nike’s fashion-forward aesthetic, but that of street style culture as a whole. From today’s top athletes to the chicest fashion editors in the game, seemingly everyone has a pair (or ten) of the swoosh-emblazoned sneakers to pair with a jersey or floral dress alike. And now, the two universally loved styles have gotten not one, but 10 updates, all of which were 100 percent female fueled. 14 women from within Nike’s material design, product design, and color design teams were brought together to create the new 1 Reimagined collection, which features five new articulations of both the Air Force 1 and Jordan 1 that are as imaginative as they are wearable.

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Macedonians in costume stand in front of the 14,5 metre tall monument Warrior on a Horse on a 10 metre tall pedestal that is officially inaugurated in the centre of Skopje, the capital of the Republic of Macedonia, on 8 September 2011 The man who has focused on one word for 23 years Last June's change of government in Skopje has significantly changed the picture. The new administration, led by the Social Democrats, opposes antiquisation - on ground of taste as well as diplomacy. And it has already started to dismantle the policy. Prime Minister Zoran Zaev has announced that Skopje's airport will no longer bear the name Alexander the Great. Nor will the motorway leading to Greece; that will now be known as Friendship Highway. Most significantly, Macedonia has indicated a willingness to compromise on the issue of its name. "The fact that our government has decided to rename the airport and the highway demonstrates that we are committed," says Defence Minister Radmila Sekerinska. Image caption Macedonia's defence minister says she is optimistic about the negotiations "It's not a show. We want to allow this country to free itself from an enormous burden that has taken a very high toll." Athens has responded positively. Talks between the countries' foreign ministers were followed, last month, by a meeting between Mr Zaev and his Greek counterpart, Alexis Tsipras. Matthew Nimetz, the United Nations mediator who has been working on the name dispute for a quarter of a century, believed that marked a breakthrough.

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“We needed to come out stronger, I just don’t think we were in the right mindset when we stepped on the floor,” Head Coach Laurie Kelly said. “We made some mental mistakes early that we don’t typically make, but credit to Carleton for coming out hard and making some shots early.” A three-pointer by Miller started the second half scoring and the Gusties continued to increase their lead for the rest of the game. The home team led 64-44 after 30 minutes and its largest lead came at the final buzzer for the 43-point decision. After shooting 41.2 percent (14-34) in the first half, the Gusties shot a blistering 67.7 percent (21-31) in the second half. Miller shot 11-of-16 from the floor, adding six rebounds and five steals. Miranda Rice (Sr., Forest Lake, Minn.) also had a big game, scoring 23 points and hauling in 12 rebounds (five offensive) for her second double-double of the season. Justine Lee (Jr., Dawson, Minn.) contributed 11 points on 5-of-8 shooting for the floor. The Gusties did well on the glass, out-rebounding the Knights 41-24. The home team also scored 37 points off 25 Carleton turnovers, 20 points of which were on the fast break.

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