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Dwyane Wade’s not the only fashion plate off the court. Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder is a sartorial stud as well. Proof? The baller just landed an exclusive collaboration with Barneys. He’ll design several collections of denim, sportswear, leather goods, footwear and eyewear that will be available in store and online next month. Westbrook told WWD why he’s a good fit: “My personal style changes every season.”


Nope, they weren’t born that way. There’s a daring, new trend of ladies adding in neon-colored extensions or dying streaks with a fun, bright colors for summer like pink, magenta, violet and blue. Such celebs as Vanessa Hudgens, Demi Lovato and Kylie Jenner are rocking the temporary trend. Get the look over at True Hair Miami in Midtown , owned by Ellie Menocal, aka the Extension Queen. From $27.


Forget about working out your body for a moment. Focus on your face with Clarins Shaping Facial Lift V Contouring Serum, the latest in a line of wonder products helping you achieve more chiseled contours. Launching in July, the innovative product also reduces puffiness caused by diets rich in fat, salt and sugar. Know anyone who eats that? www.clarinsusa.com

Here’s some good news for those out there who need to look smoking hot on the spot but don’t have the luxury of frosting on the cameras like movie stars: Hourglass’ new Ambient Lighting Palette is on the scene again. This wonder product was initially introduced as a limited-edition item for Holiday 2013, but was so popular among the brand’s fans (e.g., Jessica Alba, Molly Sims) Hourglass had to put it back on the shelves. $58 at Sephora. www.hourglasscosmetics.com


Andie MacDowell is best known for her roles in “Groundhog Day,” “Four Weddings and a Funeral” and “Sex, Lies and Videotape.” Few, however, know the mother who went to great lengths to keep her kids grounded despite her celebrity status. The “Cedar Grove” star and her daughter Rainey Qualley have teamed with Extra Strength Tylenol to launch Stories of Strength, a campaign that aims to inspire young people to honor their mom for all the ways she’s helped to make them strong. Submit stories (through photo and video) with hashtag #StoriesofStrength on Instagram or at Facebook.com/StoriesofStrength. For every story shared, a donation will be made to DoSomething.org to inspire young adults to pursue their dreams and create social change.

Madeleine Marr

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