Who doesn’t love gadgets? But lack of space is a common problem. Those with kitchens on the smaller side may want to look into a Blendtec blender. A bit of a misnomer, this appliance does a lot more than mix things up. A hard worker, it plays the part of coffee grinder, juicer, food processor, ice cream machine and more. Pam Anderson has one on her counter specifically to make her own peanut butter, she recently told Healthy Living.
Brad Goreski has a bit of a foot fetish. As in he cares. Earlier this month, the celebrity stylist partnered with Dr. Scholl’s to help attendees of New York’s Fashion Week to walk not only in style but also without pain or blisters. Rachel Zoe’s former right-hand man was doling out new DreamWalk insoles, which work to keep tootsies dry and comfortable in even the most fierce of stilettos. www.drscholls.com.
Kaley Cuoco isn’t shy. The “Big Bang Theory” star was one of the few actresses to have a sense of humor about her private photos being hacked. Now Cuoco — sporting a newish pixie cut — has gone and posted a picture of her morning face on Instagram. Now we know how she starts her day: with a huge canister of coffee and Talika Eye Therapy Patches to banish dark circles and reduce puffiness. Talika.com.
England’s It Girl Alexa Chung wants you to be as glamorous as she is. She just signed as the new face of Nails inc, and created an ultra cool of fabric-inspired polishes. Think mink, as well as silk, lace and leather. “A party for your hands,” she calls the collection. $15, nailsinc.com
Martin Scorsese stepped up last year to honor the 50th anniversary of one of his favorite literary publications, the New York Review of Books. “The 50 Year Argument,” which airs at 9 p.m. Monday on HBO, mixes archival footage, contemporary interviews and scenes from the Review’s NYC office. Scorsese’s affection dates back to the magazine’s beginning, when he was a student at New York University and spotted the Review at his local newsstand.
Ah, autumn. Though South Florida will never measure up to the rest of the country in terms of low temps, when there’s a slight chill in the air, reach for super soft throws from Hästens as celebs like Will Ferrell, Kristin Chenoweth, Fredrik Eklund do. Soft like cashmere, they’re handmade from 100 percent baby alpaca wool, known for its breathability and coziness factor. http://www.hastens.com/en-us/