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Cheap & chic: Miami’s Monc Boutique (7222 Red Rd., Coral Gables) lets you get a taste of star style without the price tag. Right now, the store has $45 leggings inspired by the flashy Balmain ones Kourtney Kardashian was wearing recently (hers are $810). “They feature diamonds, floral and stripe prints — a very popular, bold trend for this year,” Monc co-owner Nayla El-Naffy says of the more economical stretchy pants. “To really nail the look, pair with a simple black top and black pumps.”


Have a ski trip in the offing? Remember, the mountains are one big fashion show so it’s key to look the part as singer Seal did on a recent vacation on the slopes. His Burton X Bionic 3L Snowboard jacket, $559.95, was designed by rap superstar Pharrell Williams and made with a way cool recycled yarn. Sports Authority Midtown. More locations: www.burton.com


With all the texting and typing that your fingers do, it’s time to treat them right. OPI joined with singer Gwen Stefani to create seven limited-edition, punk-themed nail lacquers, featuring standout color in breakthrough finishes. Highlights include a deep red called Over & Over A-Gwen that pays homage to the glam mom-to-be’s signature lipstick. Locals can get them at any GBS Beauty Store location.


D aytonas? Check. Submariners and Yacht Masters? Check and check. Yes, one of the world’s most powerful brands, Rolex, is set to open this month. Come Thursday, the luxury Swiss-based timepiece company will host a private VIP reception at its brand new Design District-based boutique followed by its official opening to the public. Welcome to the neighborhood!

Maddy Marr & Maria Tettamanti

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