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If you remember FILA logo gear from your childhood, you'll probably be psyched to see that it's back in a *big* way. This fall, Kohl's released a ton of items from the brand that are heavy on both nostalgia and style. While not everything in the collection is emblazoned with the iconic brand name, it all has a signature throwback-cool vibe that will round out any athleisure wardrobe.

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Spa Destination Icons: Canyon Ranch; Arizona; Massachusetts

For wellness expertise, you can’t beat Canyon Ranch. Both properties work with top experts, including physicians, nutritionists, and exercise physiologists who host workshops, lectures, and private sessions to help you come up with a plan for a healthier, happier life. That’s in addition to the luxurious massage and body-work therapies, year-round outdoor sports, and personalized private fitness training.

(Stays from $800 a night,

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Spa Destination Icons: Miraval Arizona Resort and Spa; Tucson, Arizona

Miraval has a single goal: to help guests learn how to achieve equilibrium in their lives so they find more meaning and joy in every day. As part of that mission, the resort partners with some of the biggest hitters in health, wellness, and beauty, including celebrity manicurist Deborah Lippmann. You’ll spend your time unwinding with traditional, Ayurvedic, or Eastern-inspired spa treatments; attending workshops on everything from honey tasting to horse painting; dining on delicious, seasonally sourced meals; and taking fitness classes like yoga, rock climbing, mountain biking, and cardio drumming.

(Rooms from $520 a night,

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Spa Destination Icons: Rancho La Puerta; Tecate, Mexico

Located in the foothills of Mount Kuchumaa, Rancho La Puerta sprawls over an expansive 4,000 acres, with gardens, hiking trails, pools, luxe spa and fitness facilities, and a renowned organic farm, which helps supply the property with fresh, seasonal produce. The daily options are endless: Check out the sports and fitness classes, including H₂O boot camp, Gyrokinesis, and tennis. Or go on a leisurely bird-watching meditation exploration with one of the resort’s guides. If you’re in the mood to get Zen, take an art class, walk the property’s meditative labyrinth or reflexology pathway, or spend a few blissful hours in the Ranch Spa, which focuses on detoxing, soothing, nourishing, and revitalizing the body.

(Triple casitas from $3,350 per person for one week,

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