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Reese Witherspoon, the lifestyle brand. The Oscar winner just unveiled her Draper James online store, selling women’s clothing and accessories, stationery and home decor. The brand is named after her alive and kicking grandparents (Dorothea Draper and William James Witherspoon), who showed the actress the charm of “gracious Southern living.” Reese says the collection is inspired by romance, her love of where she grew up and “the modern woman that I am today.” Items for sale include a $140 sun hat, a $14 notepad and a $30 box of thank-you cards. DraperJames.com

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Here’s a collaboration we can really live with this summer: A bikini that gets its inspiration from a drink. Vita Coco pure organic water has teamed up L*Space Swim to get you prepared. The palm tree top is $86 and bottom is $77 at lspace.com. Comments you get on the beach about matching your outfit to your beverage: Priceless.

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Ladies, prepare to feel old immediately after reading this sentence: Hard Candy Cosmetics is 20 years old. To mark the occasion, the makeup company known for its inventive, intense colors and edgy products, has come out with a limited edition collection, reviving the most beloved shades from the ’90s including the famous “Sky” color, which became a sensation when Alicia Silverstone wore it on the David Letterman Show in 1995. Shop at Walmart for eight shades of nail polish in the original packaging with the iconic Hard Candy rings, an eye shadow palette featuring a kaleidoscope of colors, four liquid eyeliners, three lip glosses and two shades of Heart Baked Blush.

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Yoko Ono is expressing herself through coffee talk. The artist and widow of John Lennon has designed a collection of cups and saucers featuring the dates and places of six tragic events written in Ono’s handwriting, such as the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in 1945 and the day Lennon was shot and killed in 1980. “Yoko Ono: Mended Cups - illy Art Collection” is inspired by Kintsugi, the Japanese technique of repairing cracked pottery with brushstrokes of gold. The line is available at http://www.momastore.org

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