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Don’t go changin’, Josh Duhamel. The actor has flipped over his K Way jacket in army green. The new dad was photographed in the durable zip-up all over the Sundance Film Festival and back home in La-La Land. And we didn’t spot any spit-up on the lapel; that’s because the nylon style, called the Manfield, is totally waterproof and washes stains in a jiffy. $225, www.k-way.ca

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At a loss regarding skincare routines? Look to an expert. Earlier this month, celebrity dermatologist Dr. Fredric Brandt (whose clients include Madonna, need we say more?) paid a visit the Dadeland Mall Sephora store to show off his aptly named new straight to the point product lines Do Not Age and Xtend Your Youth. Now that’s an order! For an appointment at his Coral Gables office: 305-443-6606.

Beauty insiders are obsessed with Jose Eber’s new Therapy RX Moisture Boosting Tool (Ulta, $169), which uses no heat (we repeat, no heat!) to create salon-worthy looks. “The proprietary technology found in my styling tool collection is designed to prevent damage and breakage,” says Eber. Yep, the deep-conditioning secret is in ultrasonic vibrations and infrared light technology. You’ll be red carpet ready in no time. For a tutorial video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pf4OLFaxtg4

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Many of us stressed-out denizens can relate to these three little words that are also the title of the new coffee table book “Eat, Drink, Nap.” Nick Jones, founder and managing director of the Soho Beach House in Miami Beach, says the image-rich hardcover is for anyone who wants to bring a bit of the eclectically designed Collins Avenue hotel home, “from finding a sofa to making one of our cocktails to building a bathroom from scratch.” It’s $40 and can be bought on-site; 4385 Collins Ave.; 786-507-7900.

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Wear a medical ID bracelet like a badge of honor when it's designed by celebrities. Hope Paige, a designer of accessories that call attention to an individual’s health issue, teamed up with stars like Kimora Lee Simmons, Angela Bassett, Meatloaf and Melissa Joan Hart to raise awareness for such illnesses as epilepsy, cancer and diabetes. https://www.hopepaige.com/products#/?departments=charity 877-651-5186.

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