Now that the Miami Heat is world champions, you need a special way to proclaim your love for the team. Check out the vintage-inspired, officially licensed gear from Sportiqe. Stars love ’em: Dwyane Wade was spotted wearing a Heat tee last season; other fans include Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, Chace Crawford, Jennifer Garner and Mark Wahlberg (he wears a Boston shirt, natch). Not a Heat fan? Other teams are represented. But really, why would you want to advertise that you like the Knicks? The tees cost $25-$35 and can be found inside the team store at the AmericanAirlines Arena, Sportiqe.com, the NBA Store and FansEdge.com.
Do you travel for business or pleasure, but still miss the unmistakable scent of Miami? Well now you can take it with you. And if you are a tourist, you can buy a bit of the 305 as a souvenir. Perfumer Gerald Ghislain’s recently introduced a unisex fragrance collection, The Scent of Departure, which embodies the spirit of 20 cities across the globe. Miami’s citrus version captures the energy of Ocean Drive, cocktails and good times. Each 1.7 oz bottle runs $45 and is labeled as a baggage claim tag with the city’s three-letter airport code. Available at Babalu Miami.
The hotter it gets, the more your skin needs soothing. LUSH can help cool you down and wake you up. Try the Whoosh Shower Jelly ($5.95 for 3.5 ounces or $10.95 for 8.4 ounces), a fragrant blend of grapefruit, rosemary and geranium oil, as a pick-me-up during your morning shower; keep it in the freezer for a refreshing cold burst. Demon in the Dark soap ($7.95) boasts organic apple juice and mint to stimulate your senses, and Mask of Magnaminty Face Mask ($11.95) features peppermint oil to de-stress your face when summer becomes too much to bear (as it does so often in South Florida). Find them all and other products at LUSH stores at the Aventura and Dadeland malls or online at www.lushusa.com.
Is anyone hotter than Channing Tatum right now? The model-turned-actor starred in the surprise romantic hit “The Vow” earlier this year and plays a stripper in Steven Soderbergh’s “Magic Mike,” which opens Friday. But Tatum is more than just a hunk. See for yourself when “21 Jump Street” — the hilarious remake of the 1980s TV series about undercover cops investigating high school crime — hits DVD ($30.99) and Blu-Ray ($35.99) Tuesday. Tatum co-stars with Jonah Hill (“Superbad”). Who’s funnier? See for yourself — and enjoy the cameos.
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