FAMILY JEWELS: Zoe Kravitz, left, and mom Lisa Bonet co-star in a Calvin Klein watch and jewelry campaign. (By BOSTON HERALD/







  The Dish: Lisa Bonet, Zoe Kravitz, Gwen Stefani and more…


LIKE MOTHER… This might make you feel very old, but “The Cosby Show” actress Lisa Bonet, 48 (!) and her equally gorgeous daughter, actress Zoe Kravitz, 27, are co-starring in a Calvin Klein watch and jewelry campaign. The pair, who look like sisters, wade in a lake, walk on the shore stylishly and so on. According to, there are other famous pairs flogging the goods, but we’ve been Denise Huxtable fans from way back.

DIRT CHEAP? If you happened to catch Gwen Stefani outside the Los Angeles music studio yesterday where she’s working on her new album, you may have thought her washing machine was on the blink. But the mud-spattered-cropped-jean look the 46-year-old Stefani was sporting was fashion, darling. According to the Daily Mail, the pants were by Dsquared2, and they cost $755. No lie.

SWIFT MOVE: What are the odds of a couple of Berklee College of Music students doing a Taylor Swift cover medley of “Wildest Dreams” and “Bad Blood,” posting it to the school’s YouTube channel, and getting a shoutout from Swift herself? Way better than winning Powerball — it happened to violinist/arranger Tim Reynolds (graduating this year) and vocalist/arranger Nigel Tay ’14, who recorded the duet last fall. Juan Carreno (who graduated in December) was the producer and co-arranger. Swift Tweeted last night: “Stunning.”

AU REVOIR: Celine Dion’s husband, Rene Angelil, died of cancer yesterday, the singer announced on her website ? “Rene Angelil, 73, passed away this morning at his home in Las Vegas after a long and courageous battle against cancer.”

According to People magazine, Angelil, Dion’s manager, is survived by the couple’s three children, including 5-year-old twins, as well as two adult children from a previous relationship.

TRACKED DOWN: Jake Gyllenhaal nibbling on a late lunch at Scampo yesterday.





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