So this is what P aul McCartney’s grandkids are wearing. This fall, Stella McCartney brings the “back-to-cool” in “back-to-school” with her new children’s line as well as a kids’ book, “Little Miss Stella.” Based on the Mister Men books created by author Robert Hargraves, the seven-piece collection is perfect for the little ones in your life. The cute-as-a-button collection can be scooped up at the Stella McCartney boutique at Bal Harbour Shops and at stellamccartney.com.
For $350 it’s gotta be good, right? Lancôme says “oui,” with its Absolue L’Extrait that contains a powerful regenerating ingredient made with over 2 million plant stem cells. Cred? It was recently given the OK by global fashionista Plum Sykes in Vogue. If you want to delay Botox a little longer, throw down your credit card and see what Absolue can do (that rhymes). Shop at www.lancome-usa.com and counters.
Maybe it’s because she’s been kept awake these past few months by baby Blue Ivy, but Beyonce is officially a night person. Her new fall fragrance, Midnight Heat, reflects that. The singer describes the fragrance as “sultry and sensual,” thanks to the heart, exotic Purple Mokara Orchid. There are warmer notes, too: hints of amber, sandalwood and patchouli. The statuesque bottle mimics a woman’s curves, kind of like you-know-who.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Michael Douglas and Matt Damon are among the stars in the third Stand Up to Cancer telethon who have been personally affected by the all-too prevalent disease. Paltrow’s father Bruce died of throat cancer in 2002, Damon’s father Kent has multiple myeloma, a rare blood cancer, and Douglas just waged a battle himself. SU2C will be carried ad-free 8-9 p.m. Friday on ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC, and more than a dozen cable channels.