No commitment necessary: Celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker, Beyoncé and Vogue editor Sarah Brown are going the temporary body art route. Hand drawn by NYC artist Lulu deKwiatkowski, LuLu DK Tattoos look more like jewelry and can be applied on arms, legs or even down the back. Available at GBS The Beauty Store.
When is a fragrance also a collector’s piece? Pop culture fanatic Jeremy Scott’s new eau de toilette is housed in a bottle resembling the designer’s so-called Wings trainers from his adidas Originals collection. The unisex scent, $105, is light meets dark, with feminine notes of bergamot and a layer of incense, white pepper and cashmere wood. Available at adidas Originals concept store, 226 Eighth St., Miami Beach.
Leave it to Madonna to quote excerpts from “Nice is Just A Place in France: How to Win at Basically Everything” by “The Betches,” 20-something mean girls (in a good way?) who run the website “Betches Love This.” The pop queen is obviously taken by the 2013 book described by the authors as “a guide to everything, but really it’s just all the s--t that no one will say out loud.” Safe to say you won’t find this in the self-help aisle. Amazon.
If Bob Dylan weren’t a musician, he would be a ... teacher. That’s what the 73-year-old tells the February/March issue of AARP, adding that he “probably” would have taught Roman history or theology. Regardless, Dylan is still keeping his day job: His latest album “Shadows In the Night” features covers from the 1920s to the ’60s. One bright spot about being on the senior side: Dylan is giving 50,000 readers of the magazine a free copy of his album, out Tuesday.