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It pays to drink regularly at the Gale South Beach Hotel’s Regent Cocktail Club, which just began a “membership passport program.” For $50, patrons receive a classy booklet that is kept behind the bar for your, um, libation voyage. Fill it up with 25 unique “stamps” (actually alcoholic beverages). In return, you are gifted with lots of fun things like a lapel pin, a glass engraved with your name, and a 10 percent discount on all orders as well as invites to exclusive events, socials and tastings.


Hotelier Andre Balazs doesn’t mess around when it comes to caring for his handsome mug. When visiting his bayside property, The Standard Hotel, he’s been known to visit the tony spa to get his fill of Verso products. Made in Stockholm with patented technology from Korea, this retinol-based, Vitamin A-packed range is all about increasing collagen production, says cofounder Lars Fredriksson, who was in Miami showing off the latest, No. 6, a dark skin corrector.

Who doesn’t need a facial anytime of the year? If you really want get in some spring cleaning, look into the Clarisonic Limited Edition Spring Mia 2 Sonic Skin Cleansing Brush. It’s lightweight, compact and is proven to remove skin-aging pollution from your pores 30 times better than hands alone. This little contraption is designed with two speeds to go beneath the surface and really get in there and do its job. Check out all the hot hues: Energy (yellow), Joy (pink), Life (blue) and Brilliant (multicolor). $150 at Clarisonic.com, Sephora, Nordstrom, Ulta, Dillards, Neiman Marcus, SAKS, Bloomingdales and Macy’s.


Tired of having your valuable toiletries confiscated by TSA folks because they’re more than three fluid ounces? So were frequent travelers Kate Duff and Alexi Mintz. The New Yorkers set up an automated retail store selling bottles of perfectly sized products from such high-end brands as Malin + Goetz, Maria Sharapova’s Supergoop, Anthony for Men, Burt’s Bees and more. 3FLOZ is at FLL and PBI. Will MIA be next? Please? 3FLOZ.com


Almost 20 years have passed since Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died from non-Hodgkins lymphoma, but her glamorous legacy lives on in “What Jackie Taught Us” (Perigee; $25). Written by Jackie’s one-time neighbor Tina Santi Flaherty, the book is a must-read for anyone fascinated with the famed first lady, with essays, insights and observations from notables like Liz Smith, C.D. Green and Malachy McCourt.


In 20th Century Fox’s new film “The Other Woman,” stars like Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann don’t exactly shy away from the vino as they plot their revenge against their cheating man. If you see the comedy, you may notice glasses upon glasses of Butterfly Kiss from Diageo Chateau & Estate Wines. Featured several times throughout the film, BK, which comes in five varieties, is the meaning of a truly silent costar. www.butterflykisswines.com

Madeleine Marr

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