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Slay in Beyonce's Activewear
Queen Bey's activewear label Ivy Park is now it its second season. Beyonce's brand focuses on technical innovation in addition to design, so every piece has a purpose. The line, priced from $16 to $200, includes leggings, sports bras, sweats and more, and is sold at several retailers, including Topshop and Nordstrom.
Jam Like Will.i.am
The Black Eyed Peas frontman-turned-entrepreneur offers an alternative to Beats for music lovers who want to listen without being caught up in wires. His i.am+ BUTTONS bluetooth earphones are designed to look like old-school records and come in four colors (now on sale at $183.95 each). They're available online and at select stores including Bloomingdale's and Apple. One percent of profits will be donated to the i.am.angel Foundation, which supports S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) education.
Wear Justin's Jeans
Mega star Justin Timberlake launched William Rast in 2005 with his friend, Trace Ayala, to offer premium denim to modern America. The collection (starting at $54.50) includes everything from jeans to jackets to jorts, along with non-denim clothing, and is available at several retailers, including Macy's and Lord & Taylor.
Bag a Celebrity Tote
Real-life best friends Poppy Jamie and Suki Waterhouse created accessories brand Pop & Suki, which fittingly sells BFF heart tags. The brand allows shoppers to personalize their bags with straps, tassels and charms, and also sells customizable jewelry. Orders ship from L.A., and can be rushed for an additional fee.
Dress Like Idris
The Dark Tower star, and maybe someday James Bond, Idris Elba is foraying into fashion by designing a clothing line with Superdry. The Idris collection (ranging from $29.50 for a beanie to $590 for a wool coat) includes leather jackets, polos, trousers and more — everything a British gentleman, or someone looking to dress like one, needs. The Superdry site offers free express delivery and gives you an estimated delivery date before you check out.
Deck the Halls with DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres' show is a staple on televisions in many living rooms, but her ED collection seeks to expand her reach throughout the home. The brand offers mugs, pillows and blankets — as well as apparel ranging from silly socks to sweaters. ED is available online and at Bed Bath & Beyond.
Drink Like a Diva
Toast the ladies in your life thanks to multi-hyphenate star Christina Milian, who launched Viva Diva wines with her mom-slash-manager, Carmen Milian, and her publicist, Robyn Santiago. The brand’s sparkling moscato colada can be ordered online and ships the same day. Milian also inspired a clothing line called We Are Pop Culture that carries everything from bomber jackets to beanies.
Smell Nice, No Doubt
Former No Doubt rocker and The Voice judge Gwen Stefani wants fans to sing a happy tune — about how good they smell. Maybe not, but she does have a line of pop electric fragrances. Harajuku Lovers is a colorful collection of five scents, which come in a variety of sizes and gift sets. Starting at $40, the scent is sold online and at Ulta.
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