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Josh Duhamel and son wearing matching Le Club trunks
Josh Duhamel and son wearing matching Le Club trunks


That didn’t take long. The Vanity Fair cover that introduced Caitlyn Jenner to the world was released Monday. By Tuesday, we already were getting press releases trumpeting the six different stylish outfits she wore for the shoot. OK, we have to admit, the reality star knows how to glam up. In one pic lounging on a couch, she pairs a dramatic gown with a chunky gold pinky ring courtesy of Vhernier. The so-called Eclisse cocktail dazzler is $13,400 and can be bought at the jewelry company’s Design District store in Palm Court.


Women everywhere have Diane von Furstenberg to thank for the invention of the figure-flattering wrap dress. Since ’72, the designer has been a tour de force in the rough-and-tumble fashion world, and today the living legend has announced the opening of her new, full-scale boutique at the Aventura Mall. The 2,000-square-foot shop is the latest adaptation of the new DVF store design concept. Think graphic patterns contrasted against a white gallery-like interior, with printed art and canvas wall coverings in black steel frames lining the walls. Our favorite touch? A lip-shaped sofa ideal for kicking back and relaxing.


The word “cute” just doesn’t do this snap justice. Josh Duhamel was photographed strolling around Malibu last week with adorable son Axl (almost 2) in matching Intape board shorts adorned with old-school cassettes by Aventura-based swimwear company Le Club. Liev Schreiber has also stepped out in the tribal chic Azteca trunks. Co-owner Moses Hirshbein says the brand is “all about fun.” Father’s Day gift, anyone? Type in the code “20Dad” to get 20 percent off at For local retailers: 786-802-3324.


What’s the smell? Power. Donald Trump’s latest fragrance is called Empire and its mix of bold notes (peppermint, spicy chai, amber) are meant to inspire you to achieve, well, what he has. A lot. Though if you’re gifting this cologne to dear old dad, he may prefer to live vicariously through the real estate mogul from the safety of his couch. Macy’s.