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Lucky Rihanna. The singer was gifted some swag with swagger from Charlie by Matthew Zink: two swimsuits hand embellished with Swarovski crystals that cost $990 a pop. Ri’s been flaunting the sparkly bikinis at home in Barbados for the holidays and teasing with pics on Instagram. Want one yourself? Move quickly. According to the retailer’s website, www.charliebymz.com only 10 Crystal Deco suits will be produced in size small or medium. Hand wash in cold water only, please!


Need some wow in your house in the new year? Look to Martha Stewart fave, NYC based designer/wedding planner/author Matthew Robbins. Known for transforming even the blandest of spaces with his elegant floral arrangements, Robbins has lent his flair to the Atelier collection, vases handcrafted in Portugal by master ceramicists (yes, there is such a profession). Keep these simple meet sleek home accessories around even after the flowers dry up. From $75. http://matthewrobbinsdesign.com/teroforma


Fans of luxury fashion house Roberto Cavalli can take in the full “Cavalli lifestyle” now with the opening of his space on Miami Beach. The Cavalli Miami Restaurant and Lounge, 150 Ocean Drive, officially opens its grande doors Thursday. Indulge in a Tuscan and Italian menu and Tenuta Degli Dei, Cavalli's own red wine collection in an opulent setting inspired by the over-the-top designer's own villa. Buon Appetito! miami.cavalliclub.com


The daughter of a chemist, Sunny Isles resident Briana Kay Brumer, knew what to do when she couldn’t find a product to keep her lips hydrated. She went ahead and made her own: LipSmart. Now the (nonburning) natural plumper meets moisturizer meets wrinkle reducer is gracing the mouths of celebrities, models and pro volleyball players. $30. Sold at the Fontainebleau, RX Pharmacy at the Grand, The Ritz Carlton South Beach. 888-859-6399 www.lipsmart.com

Maddy Marr & Audra D.S. Burch

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