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The heat was on under those bright lights on “The Voice,” so instead of telling the crew to turn up the A/C, judge Christina Aguilera chose to cool herself off old school with Fancy Hand Fans, handmade by a designer from Israel. What makes these useful accessories ideal for South Floridians: They’re lightweight, compact and come in fun prints and colors that can make an outfit pop ... and stay dry. From $16 at CureDiva.com and Etsy.

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While her sister-in-law Teresa Giudice goes down in flames, “Real Housewives of New Jersey” co-star Melissa Gorga keeps her fame alive by flaunting an ab-fab body on social media sites. As per Gorga’s Instagram, the happily married mom of three was in the area recently rocking a Maaji Swimwear two-piece by Colombian sisters Manuela and Amalia Sierra. Want the same bikini? The Enlightening Wanderlust, rhymes with bust, is $125 at The Orchid Boutique in Miami Beach.

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Fans of electronic dance music will want to jump on this immediately: Dutch DJ/producer Afrojack has teamed again with cutting-edge label G-Star RAW. The second capsule collection is clubwear to the max: denim shorts, extra long tees and short-sleeved hoodies. The first 250 people who purchase a piece from the line from 2-4 p.m. Thursday at the G-Star store (511 Lincoln Rd.) get a comp ticket to his VIP listening party at W Hotel South Beach that night.

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“You can let yourself disappear or you can stir things up. Never settle,” whispers Beyoncé in the spot for her third fragrance, Rise, as she appears from a plume of gold dust. Queen B worked with Vietnamese perfumer Loc Dong (behind Calvin Klein’s Euphoria, among others) to come up with this subtly sweet fragrance with notes of apricot, bergamot and jasmine. The Ken Hirst-designed bottle is, fittingly, topped with a crown. Feel the power for just $44.

Want to catch the next fashion wave? Try fitting in with camoflauge. It was dressed up on recent runways and dressed down by Naya Rivera, who opted to pair her camo getup with black hightops. Designers like Michael Kors, Christopher Kane and Gryphon have all jumped in, and we even spotted a pair of blue mini pants for boys at The Children’s Place.

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