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MINI ME

The thought of tykes running around with the same duds as their moms either creeps you out or gives you a warm, fuzzy feeling. If you’re in the latter group then you’ll be delighted at the latest trend among designers: lines for the little ones that look just like Mommy’s. Shoshanna, D&G, Alice + Olivia and 3.1 Phillip Lim are all available at eLuxury.com. For more affordable, on-trend clothes for the toddlers head to Old Navy. 3.1 Phillip Lim shrunken trench coat, $275, eLuxury.com

WINNING STREAK

Yet another ode to the ’80s — pink hair has been declared the latest in hair trends. Why? Because the fashion industry watches what Kate Moss, the latest to go pink, does and copies it like a Xerox machine. If you’re shy to go "all the way," Streekers is your answer. Just apply from roots to ends and wash out when you’re ready. Streekers, in eight shades, $10.95, www.streekers.com

 

JEAN POOL

Next Wednesday, the VS Pink line will launch its first denim collection. Boot, flare and skinny fits come in washes such as indigo, super black and light blue vintage. The best part is the price. Every style is $58. VS Pink boot cut denim, $58, Victoria’s Secret

 

FANCY FEET

Beautiful shoes should be a right every woman enjoys. Unfortunately, women sizes 10 and up lack options. They end up having to scour every shoe store in town to get a decent pair. Now, BarefootTess.com provides a place to find sizes 10-14 all in one place. Designers such as Donald J. Pliner, Faryl Robin, Dolce Vita and more can be found there. Delman Villa boot, $595, BarefootTess.com

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