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Brooke Shields
Brooke Shields


Newly retired Yankee Derek Jeter will be missed, but the 40-year-old legendary shortstop is now readily accessible to everyone on the World Wide Web. Jeter is the founder of The Players Tribune, billed as a digital company that will offer unique access to top athletes in every sport — from videos to photos to podcasts and more. The baseball great said he wants it to “transform how athletes and newsmakers share information, and bring fans closer than ever to the games they love.”


No time like the present to indulge in your child’s obsession with Halloween. Did you know Pottery Barn Kids has more than streamlined furniture and plush knickknacks? If you want to bypass the craziness that is Party City, PBK at the Village of Merrick Park is selling festive costumes and decorations for the sweets- and scares-filled holiday. Newly pregnant Molly Sims ordered the werewolf costume for her son Brooks; Courtney Mazza Lopez (Mrs. Mario Lopez) just went on a shopping spree for her two little ones.


Brooke Shields isn’t one-dimensional, and her makeup isn’t either. “I’m not just one person, and none of the women that I know are just one version of themselves,” the model turned actress, 49, says of her new limited-edition line with MAC. “There are products for looks that are very natural and also sexy and sophisticated.” Available at MAC stores and online until Oct. 30, the Beauty Icon collection’s colors run the gamut from fresh neutrals to reds and burgundies.


Time to amp up your home bar. The House of Versace has teamed with Italian liquor company Disaronno to gussy up a bottle ($27.99) for the stylish spirits lover. The fashion house takes its inspiration from its Tresor de la Mer (Treasure of the Sea) Home Collection print. Toast the chic collaboration with a Versace Sour, made with Disaronno, as well as vermouth and lime juice, shaken and poured over crushed ice and topped with prosecco and blue curacao.