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It’s over between Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling and don’t say you’re not slightly relieved. Think you have a shot at the “Crazy Stupid Love” hunk? A website powered by movie and TV streaming service blinkbox, DateRyanGosling.com, is trying to help the 33-year-old star find a mate, whether he wants it or not. Answer the Q, “What makes you perfect for Ryan Gosling?” The best responses will be collated and sent off to Gosling’s team.


Serious star power at Kohl’s: Both Katie Holmes and Lauren Conrad have teamed up with the department store to bring awareness to breast cancer, and it’s not even October yet. “Breast cancer is like a pink elephant in the room that women don’t really want to think about,,” said Holmes, whose Hollywood colleague has designed a pink-elephant necklace ($5-$8) from her LC Lauren Conrad line starting Wednesday; 100 percent of the proceeds go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation .

More guilt-free purchases: One hundred percent of profits of three Laura Mercier products are donated to the Laura Mercier Ovarian Cancer Fund. Bonne Mine ultra-sheer, blendable palette ($48); Shop For A Cause Lip Glace, a high shine gloss ($25); and Matte Radiance Healthy Glow Baked Powder & Mini Face Brush for a sun kissed glow ($36). http://www.lauramercier.com


Missed Fashion Week? Don’t be sad. Not much comes out of the tents for us South Floridians because mostly cold weather clothing is showcased at the slushy Fall 2014 shows. Something cool we did learn about in absentia is Flipagram, an iPhone app that turns your photos into a video collage. Already on board: Justin Timberlake, Jessica Alba, Britney Spears ( http://flipagram.com/f/aVRsWhvj2y) and Victoria Beckham, who used the video app as a promo tool to show off her posh collection.


Stars are busy getting gussied up for the Oscars. If you want to live vicariously but are low on time, we found two products for glamorous types sitting on the sidelines. The Body Shop’s Limited Edition Hair Chalk ($12, www.thebodyshop-usa.com) helps you channel Katy Perry, Jared Leto or Nicki Minaj, turning your strands temporarily blue or pink. John Frieda’s Colour Refreshing Gloss ($12.99, drugstores) freshens up your locks in the shower, sans stylist or salon.

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