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Victoria Beckham has entered the beauty racket. She’s teamed up with Nails Inc London (which famously brought us kale-infused polish) for a limited-edition duo inspired by the look and feel of the ex Spice Girl-turned-designer’s Spring/Summer 2015 clothing collection. Judo Red is a vibrant tomato, Bamboo White is a muted bone. Both are, safe to say, pretty posh. $25,


With a possible return to the next “Star Trek” movie, a show on DIY and a book, “Catch Me Up” — being funded and released through Kickstarter — William Shatner is busier than ever. The 83-year-old says the book is about “achieving great things in your life at any age,” and how to leverage new technology “to do anything you want, at warp speed.” Pledging $10 reaps a digital version as its reward, while $2,000 nets a “personal handwritten note from the Captain himself.” More at


Parents looking to dress their toddlers like Prince George for the holidays are in for some legwork. In official holiday pictures, the mini royal wears a blue sweater decorated with soldiers of a Guards regiment in bearskin hats and red tunics. The “guards” style quickly sold out at popular British store Cath Kidston for about $26, but they say they will restock soon. In the meantime, bid away: Similar second-hand vests are now on eBay — at about a 100 percent markup.


Who’s the boss? Jason Wu, actually. The fashion wunderkind career’s was cemented after Michelle Obama wore his his ivory silk-chiffon gown to the Inaugural Ball. Wu, just 32, now oversees women’s wear at Hugo Boss, where the starry interaction continues. He styled the campaign for the brand’s latest femme fragrance, Ma Vie (My Life), starring a tux-clad Gwyneth Paltrow. “The key element in pulling off the look is beautiful tailoring, a great shape and a confident woman, and we’ve got all three,” Wu said.