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Celebrity stylist José Eber is coming to an ULTA near you. The so-called tress trendsetter, who has appeared on “Shear Genius,” “GMA” and “Nightline,” is launching his namesake collection of high-tech styling tools. The Infrared Blow Dryer and World’s Fastest Flat Iron can help you create salon-worthy looks at home. Eber knows locks, having had his hands in the heads of such stars as Jenny McCarthy, Kristin Cavallari and Rachel Bilson.


St Tropez swimwear brand Vilebrequin got its moment in the sun on last week’s “The Bachelorette” when Desiree Hartsock’s suitors lined up in their suits just for her, Mr. America style. Similar boxer, surfer and board short styles at the Bal Harbour store range from $185-$350, in various colors and prints. www.vilebrequin.com


If this doesn’t get your motors running, nothing will: Avion tequila — you remember, the one that had a costarring role on HBO’s “Entourage” — has a new product that’s creating buzz, literally. Its newest 70 proof varietal is made with (wait for it) espresso. Try it over ice with a little soda water for full fizzy effect. Avion Espresso Liqueur is available at Prime Italian, Living Room at the W, Gotham Steak; Toro Toro and Haven.


Sporty types will love Maria Sharapova’s latest collabo with HEAD. The statuesque Russian helped design two tennis-racket bags with features like a built-in cosmetics case, neon and purple accents and a compartment for wet clothing (smart thinking). “I think all ladies, whether they are tennis professionals or recreational players, want to look good when entering the court and carry good-looking accessories with them,” Sharapova says. At Biscayne Tennis and Tennis Plaza. $100-$115.

Madeleine Marr

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