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Looking to spruce up your tween’s bedroom? Look no further than PB Teen’s collaboration with pro surfer Kelly Slater. Born and raised in Cocoa Beach, Slater gets his inspiration for home furnishings from where he feels most comfortable: the ocean. The capsule collection includes bedding, lighting, wall art and decorative accessories. Rad ecofriendly bonus: Everything is made with sustainable materials and recycled fabrics. In store and at


The Design District’s most recent dazzling distraction is Jason of Beverly Hills, home to the lavish creations of famed jeweler Jason Arasheben. With its alluringly chic vibe and eye-catching displays, the sophisticated spot fits right into Miami’s center for all things glamorous. Handcrafted in L.A., Arasheben’s pieces have been worn by royalty across the globe and an A-list entourage including Dwyane Wade, Jennifer Lopez and John Legend. Check out the unconventional sparkle at 140 NE 39th St. 786-838-0557.


The Dreaming Tree wines, a collection of California-based wines from musician Dave Matthews, has debuted the newest addition to the portfolio, Pinot Noir, now available for $15. With notes of ripe cherry, wild strawberry, and caramel along with subtle tannins, Dave’s latest also is eco friendly. The bottle’s cork closure is both natural and recyclable, and the label is made with 100% recycled kraft brown paper.


Both men and women can channel all that is Lady Gaga with her new unisex scent, Eau de Gaga, built around an intoxicating heart of white violet. The fragrance opens with an invigorating burst of sparkling lime to counterbalance the woody-floral intensity, and evolves into a sensual trail based on leather. $34, at mass retailers.