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08/04/2014 12:00 AM

08/05/2014 2:28 PM


Who wants to be Gwen Stefani in their next life? She’s about as cool as it gets. The No Doubt singer (who is again sadly rumored to be on the outs with Gavin Rossdale) posted an Instagram pic from Switzerland breastfeeding baby Apollo, and there was more to it than the maternal bonding and mountain view: The little one was draped in an aden + anais Radiant Red Classic Swaddle ($22); 10 percent of the blankie’s profits go to the Global Fund to fight AIDS.


Meet Ellie Goulding’s latest obsession: Rodial’s 24 Carat Bee Venom Super Essence cream. The singer gushed to UK Glamour readers: “[It’s] my favorite stuff for my face … you have to get it. Swipe away everything on your shelf and just buy this.” Why honey bee venom is creating such buzz in the beauty industry: it reportedly increases blood circulation to plump you up. New for summer: a decadent Body Souffle.


Kathy Lee Gifford told “Today” cohost Hoda Kotb that Stack Wine “is the answer to your dreams,” before the ladies hunkered down with this tidy adult beverage on their infamous “Winesday Wednesday” segment. Great for on-the-go consumption (think camping, sidelines and picnics), each package contains four recyclable glasses of California harvested wine. Hold the corkscrew.


You may never be able to cook like dapper Food Network personality Alton Brown, but you can dress like the bespectacled chef known for his old-school style. Brown has partnered with New York fashion men’s accessories line Hook + ALBERT for a limited edition collection of his favorite accessory, bowties (because they don’t dip in the sauce). All have cheeky, food-inspired names: Roma Marinara, I Meant Julep and Picnic in the Park. $65;


About Madeleine Marr

Madeleine Marr


Former fashion and food writer Madeleine Marr joined the Miami Herald in 2003. The native New Yorker's celebrity coverage includes features, interviews, events, red carpets, premieres, award ceremonies, style, news and gossip in the South Florida area and beyond.

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