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07/21/2014 12:00 AM

07/18/2014 3:57 PM

Wear

Don’t let the warm months go by without scooping up the perfect summer accessory: Q&Q’s new line of waterproof, solar-powered watches. Plucked from the rainbow, the multi-hued collection runs from cool grays to the red hot. With a price tag of $40, they are affordable enough to go plural, and a portion of the proceeds supports delivering schools meals to children in Africa and Asia. Buy at http://store.smile-qq.com/.

Shop

“Shark Tank” works. Last year Pittsburgh entrepreneur Lani Lazzari, then only 19, was discovered on the popular ABC show when pitching her all natural face and body scrubs. Lani pitched her soothing products, which, she says, can turn a shower into spa like bliss. Impressed, panelist Mark Cuban threw in $100,000 for 33 percent of the business; now her Simple Scrubs line is selling at Destination Maternity.

Dine

New Yorkers have long known that dining at culinary stalwart Il Mulino restaurant is like stepping into an authentic trattoria in The Boot. Lucky Miamians don’t have to travel to the Sunny Isles location to experience this old-school gem. It’s now open at the old Clarke’s space in SoFi, where Sports Illustrated cover model Nina Agdal was spotted enjoying dinner last week. Bring on the limoncello.

Drink

Ever wonder how Extra host Mario Lopez keeps his physique in perfect shape? The father of two gets help by downing Celsius energy drink before workouts to give him that extra boost to really kick his gym routine into high gear. Lopez Tweeted out his love for the beverage, which boosts metabolism, reduces body fat and increases endurance. The celeb’s go-to flavor: Wild Berry.

Madeleine Marr & Audra Burch

About Madeleine Marr

Madeleine Marr

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Former fashion and food writer Madeleine Marr joined the Miami Herald in 2003. The native New Yorker's celebrity coverage includes features, interviews, events, red carpets, premieres, award ceremonies, style, news and gossip in the South Florida area and beyond.

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