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If you need July 4 party ideas, here’s one: SKYY Vodka has teamed up with L*SPACE Swim this summer to launch the American Beauty Bottle. The cobalt design comes dressed in a bikini with star and stripes print. Festive, patriotic and sexy? Check, check, check. $18.49 for 750 ml at Grove Liquors & Checkers Liquors (Cutler Bay). The actual bathing suit is $143 at www.mollybrownsswimwear.com

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Michael Shannon, Roger Berman (Mr. Rachel Zoe) and Jessica Alba have already discovered The Bouqs, an online platform to order flowers that cost just $40 a pop with shipping and other fees included. The arrangements, curated by famed floral designer Eric Buterbaugh, come straight from eco-friendly, sustainable farms. Pick by “Sentiment,” “Type” or “Color” (we’re loving the patriotic roses for July 4). www.thebouqs.com

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Woody Harrelson is one-upping tree hugging. The actor is the co-founder of Prairie Pulp & Paper Inc., which spent 15 years researching and developing its new Step Forward Paper, made of wheat-straw waste and wood fiber rather than virgin trees. The company says replacing two packs of traditional office paper with their product saves one tree. Cheers to that. www.stepforwardpaper.com

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Motivation for a staycation: NYC lingerie designer Arielle Shapiro of Ari Dein (whose designs were seen on CW’s “Gossip Girl”) has created a custom pajama set for W South Beach Hotel. During July, guests who check into a VIP Suite can take the short-sleeved cotton PJs home. A few pairs will also be sold at the property for $165.

Madeleine Marr

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