Feel better during your time off, whether you’re nodding off by the pool or cavorting at the beach. Buy this newly rolled out amfAR limited edition towel from Scoop NYC, and 100 percent of proceeds go to AIDS research. The black and white design is by NYC artist Shantell Martin, known for her clean lines and ink drawings. “I basically put the pen down and then just go with it,” she says of her process. “The pen knows where it’s going, and I’ve gotten very good at following it.” $40 at Bal Harbour Shops.
Behati Prinsloo has another gig besides flaunting her body for Victoria’s Secret. The Namibian model — aka Mrs. Adam Levine — was just announced as the face of Juicy Couture’s latest fruity yet bold, woodsy scent, I Am Juicy Couture, which doesn’t sound as if it’s for wallflowers. “I love what the perfume stands for — the message to girls is to be independent, to be reckless, glamorous and not apologetic,” Prinsloo says in a release. From $54 at Ulta, Dillards, Macy’s, Nordstrom.
Wear your love for The Rolling Stones by picking up new T’s by Lucky Brand. The retailer has rolled out a collection of 24 men’s and women’s shirts emblazoned with the kind of artwork familiar to anyone who’s hovered over the merchandise table at a Stones concert: multiple riffs on the band’s name, famed tongue-and-lips logo and a few retro fabulous ones that depict members of the never say die band. At Lucky’s Lincoln Road store, $39.50 to $49.50, or www.luckybrand.com/
Father’s Day is over but you can still get something for dad. If your pop’s the old school type — meaning, he’s not a techhead asking for the Apple Watch — look to proudly preppy Swedish brand Daniel Wellington for a no-fuss, classic and, um, timeless timepiece, with military style, interchangeable leather straps. It’s apparently what “Lone Ranger” star Armie Hammer has on his wish list. www.danielwellington.com/us