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Want to look like Olivia Pope? It’s handled. The Limited has teamed up with “Scandal” star Kerry Washington and the show’s costume designer Lyn Paolo to create a collection inspired by ABC’s inside-the-Beltway hit. Forty-two looks go on sale in September. The Limited described the clothing as “sophisticated professional” with a neutral palette, tailored leg trousers and feminine blouses.

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Hold off grabbing those plastic storage containers and think outside the box. Bring a touch of the exotic into your space with Bodhi Tree Collections, out of Cocoa Beach. The ecofriendly home decor (from ice buckets to Q-tip holders) are made from natural lacquer and bamboo by Asian artisans. An unexpected plus: Products come with cards carrying inspirational sayings. At Addison Kids, Anima Domus in Aventura. www.bodhitreecollections.com

Need an on-the-go brush for your beach bag? Tangle Teezer is a palm-sized detangling tool that easily removes snags as it styles. Ideal for use on wet or dry strands, it can be used for all hair types, especially fragile or color-treated locks, extensions, weaves. For kids, too. $20 at Sephora. www.tangleteezer.com

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Nap time isn’t just for toddlers. Remember that mantra when you settle into a 100 percent premium cotton, blue-and-white-checked signature Hastens hammock, staring up at the South Florida sky. Already a fan of the 162-year-old Swedish company, whose “passion is sleep,” is fellow countryman, “Million Dollar Listing NYC” star Fredrik Eklund. Hastens.com

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Not that there’s anything wrong with having your favorite episode. But you’ll have the pick of the litter when TBS celebrates the 25th anniversary of “Seinfeld,” the show about nothing that premiered July 5, 1989. The network will show 25 of arguably the series’ most classic shows 6-8 p.m. Monday-Friday and 5:30-8 p.m. Saturday. Kicking things off is “The Pen” (Monday at 6), in which Jerry’s acceptance of “an astronaut pen” from his parents’ Florida neighbor leads to a string of ridiculous arguments.

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