Love or loathe her, Brandi Glanville is one entertaining handful. The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star seems to actually enjoy getting herself into predicaments, usually fueled by a couple of glasses of vino. Stands to reason the former model has launched a wine label. Preorder the Sonoma County chardonnay — described as having “hints of spicy vanilla and oak, an honest account of crisp apples and a final kiss of sweet melon” — for $15 at www.unfilteredblonde.com.
After winning an Oscar for “The Help,” Octavia Spencer isn’t likely to give up her day job, but the veteran character actress, a longtime whodunnit fan, has put her fertile imagination to work in the second book in her Randi Rhodes ninja detective series, “The Sweetest Heist in History” (ISBN, $16.99). This time around, the female sleuth travels to NYC to catch criminals in the act. Ages 8-12. Amazon.
Feeling a little thin up top, ladies? International hair extensions brand Indique has opened in the heart of the MiMo district at 7285 Biscayne Blvd. Cred? The salon already has an impressive client base, including Ciara, Zendaya, Kelly Rowland, Lala Vasquez and Rihanna, but with her luscious locks, co-founder Ericka Dotson is a walking advertisement. Get 15 percent off select products through April 30 with code PW1615 at www.indiquehair.com.
Feiyue, the almost century old Shanghai sneaker brand with a cult following in Europe and Asia, has finally (!) arrived in the U.S., landing at Nordstrom. Feiyue, which means “flying forward” in Chinese, was known for its sturdy and comfortable styles before meeting up with haute brands like Celine (in 2009) and making it to the world stage. The new accessibility makes fans Reese Witherspoon, Emily Ratajkowski and Orlando Bloom very happy. Kids’ styles, too. www.feiyue-shoes.com