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Say what you want about Miley Cyrus, but the pop tart is fit as all get-out. Cyrus can thank Pilates instructor Mari Winsor, who has been working with the singer since last year. “I gave her those legs,” said the L.A. trainer, who gets with the late Hannah Montana for daily, one-hour sessions before major appearances. Want to look hot in a Latex bikini yourself? Winsor’s latest DVD, “Pink Ribbon Pilates,” donates a percentage of proceeds to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Twerking lessons not included. $14.98 at Amazon.

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Believe it, you can look sexy when you’re unconscious. British model and actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has collaborated with British retailer Marks & Spencer for a collection of luxurious lingerie and nightwear. The line, called Rosie for Autograph, features satin pajamas, velvety robes and come-hither nighties. Positively dreamy. marksandspencer.com

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If you think of Nicki Minaj as a bonafide trendsetter, you may want to look into her clothing line, which launched last week at Kmart and shopyourway.com/nickiminaj The “Starships” rapper has put out things that she too would like to wear: midriff-baring tops; patterned leggings and curve-hugging dresses; jewelry; clutches; glittery caps. Give NM some cred: She says she was inspired by Chanel and Versace.

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Overstock and Snoop Dog: so perfect together. The legendary rapper, who goes by the name Snoop Lion these days, has partnered with the discount website to show us his favorite products: from doggie slippers with ears (yes) and his recent autobiography, “Reincarnated,” to a surprisingly tasteful leather floor mirror. overstock.com/snoopermarket

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A favorite with Euro celebs and developed by a former designer with Air France, Lipault of Paris has has the super-cute Petite Travel Tote, in which 10 percent of sales go to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The lightweight meets durable purse isn’t just for travel and the deep pink color is tres femme. www.lipault-us.com

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Don't like the image staring back at you in the mirror? You may want to look into Skinceuticals Advanced Pigment Corrector. This powerful treatment has been tested on all ethnicities to help correct and prevent unwanted splotchy patches, discolorations and brown spots, no matter how stubborn. Bonus: It's paraben-free. Info: 30 ml application $90 at www.skinceuticals.com

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