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After all the holiday indulging, it’s almost time for you know what: New Year’s Resolutions. Some people dread making them, because they’re so dang hard to keep; others use them as an excuse to better themselves and start fresh. If you’re in the latter category, Kate Hudson has something for you: Fabletics, her hip line of active wear. More incentive: Your first purchase from this subscription service is 50 percent off at fabletics.com


“The Voice” winner Tessanne Chin was literally sparkling as she learned her wonderful fate last week. That shimmer in her spiky updo was thanks to custom rhinestones from Charmsies, a hair accessories company out of (where else?) glitzy Los Angeles. Already rocking the trend: Hayden Panetierre (paillettes), Jeanette McCurdy (stars) and Maria Menounos (hearts). Bye-bye, barrettes. haircharmsies.com


Wynonna Judd doesn’t like her fashion plain. And the country star’s new Got Soul sneakers are anything but. Judd described the bold, sassy kicks to Country Weekly as “Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz meets Michael Jackson’s sparkly glove shine-from-the-stage-tennis shoes.” The styles range from wedges with straps to flats and fringe booties. Colors run the gamut; sizes 6-9. Shopping info: gotsoulkicks.com


Didn’t get the Eurotrip this year? For a quick fix, tuck into Hugo & Victor, a Parisian pastry and candy store and bakery in one that just opened inside The Webster boutique at 1220 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Channel Catherine Deneuve or Oliver Martinez while perusing the selection of colorful macaroons, work-of-art chocolates and seasonally changing pastries. Tip for last-minute shoppers: The packaging is tres chic.

Madeleine Marr

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