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It’s that time of year again to kick off your shoes and unleash your hopefully polished/groomed toenails for National Flip Flop Day. On Friday, stop by any Tropical Smoothie Cafe between 2 and 7 p.m. wearing you know what on your feet and receive a free 24 oz. Jetty Punch. Our rec: Avon’s $12 Think Pink Flip Flops; 20 percent of net profits go to the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade. www.nationalflipflopday.com


Maria Sharapova has a lot to celebrate. The statuesque Russian just clinched her fifth grand slam title and became a co-owner of Supergoop. The tennis honey, who heads to Wimbledon June 23, will also help spearhead the brand’s message about the role of sunscreen in combating skin cancer. Supergoop already has a following that includes Rachel Zoe, Blake Lively, Scott Wolf and Jessica Chastain. Locals can get it at GBS Beauty Stores.


Fact: White pants are always welcome in any Miami outfit. All you need to pull off this look is a few trips to the gym and a bottle of Clorox. Miranda Kerr and Jessica Alba were both recently spotted rocking needless-to-say super-expensive jeans. But go on, rob their style but not your wallet’s contents with No Nonsense’s new denim skimmers. They’re just $14.99 at Wal-Mart.


Movie buffs, channel a celebrity and hold your own screening at the Delano Hotel’s state-of-the-art media room with 85-inch screen, along with interactive Smart Boards, motorized blackout shades, a dim-able lighting system, audio and microphone inputs, iPod dock, WiFi and more. Sit back and relax on a plush leather couch with a Rose Bar cocktail in hand and Chef Luciano’s truffle popcorn on demand. From $500. To reserve: 305-672-2000.


Need a present for a teen who’s a stylist in waiting? “Color Me Girl Crush” (Perigee Books, $15) is like, totally, cool. It’s a coloring book for almost grown-ups who obsess over celebrity fashion with images of such fierce ladies as Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Emma Watson and Jennifer Aniston, with stories about each star alongside. Throw in a box of crayons to really make this a fun package.


Amp up your picnic style with the limited-edition Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Caring Cooler, created in support of Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign. Ideal for any and all beverages, the pretty cooler (in NKH’s signaure orange and white colors) features a bounty of fruits and vegetables in a repeating pattern. It officially launches Monday with 100 percent of proceeds benefiting the organization dedicated to ending childhood hunger in the U.S. $35 at Amazon.com.

Madeleine Marr

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