August 16, 2004

08/05/2004 at 03:35 PM EDT

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Kid Without a Country

After handing over a brutal insurgent – his own father – a 15–year old Iraqi boy becomes a hero, a traitor and a refugee in his own land. If you would like to donate to a trust fund for Steve-O's education, you can send checks to:
J.H. Iraqi Youth Trust
6660 Delmonico Dr., Suite D #410
Colorado Springs, CO 80919

Shopping Information

M.A.C's Go for the Gold Kit: The popular makeup company developed a gold-themed kit to coincide with the Olympics. Find out where you can get gold-hued eye shadows, lipsticks and nail polishes (ranging from $9 to $20), by calling 800-387-6707.

Princess Diaries bracelet: A replica of the $40,000 Chopard bracelet featured in the new Princess Diaries film is available for the commoner. The bauble, made from sterling silver and cubic zirconia, can be purchased for $565 at Jennifer Kaufman, 310-854-1058.

Sonya Dakar Omega-3 Repair Complex: Favored by Gwyneth Paltrow, Drew Barrymore and Kirsten Dunst, the Omega-3 Repair Complex is available for $35 at www.sonyadakar.com.

UGG Trends: There's more to UGG Australia than just their boots. Kate Hudson and Uma Thurman have already snatched up the sure-to-be must-have of the upcoming winter, the UGG poncho, which is available for $250 at Intuition. Also seen about town, the Sundance Grab Bag (Charlize Theron and Renee Zellweger already have theirs) which can be yours for $250 at Kitson.

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