A song from “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part I” is gaining traction with not only Jennifer Lawrence fans but actual music-heads: “The Hanging Tree” recently debuted on Billboard’s Hot 100 at No. 12. Warning: This folksy, Appalachian-style number sung by the raspy-voiced Oscar winner is a little dark (e.g., “Are you coming to the tree where they strung up a man they say murdered three?”) so don’t look for it to become the next “Let it Go.”
Miami Heat champ Dwyane Wade drew a champagne and fashion-loving crowd (including reality star Jonathan Cheban) last week at the sales center of the forthcoming Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach, to celebrate the launch of his Third Element sneaker collaboration with Chinese athletic shoe company Li-Ning and Miami designer Alejandro Ingelmo. The sneaks will be available in three colors exclusively at The Webster boutique for $325.
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Can you feel it? The holidays are just about here. To ring in the most festive of seasons, Pür Minerals, a favorite with celebrity stylists, has put out a limited edition collection of gift sets to get you (or the receiver) in the right frame of mind. Think: You Better Not Pout lip glosses; Let it Glow bronzer kit; and Deck the Eyes mascara and liner. Feel good factor: Make a purchase at purminerals.com through Jan. 7 and a portion of proceeds goes to Action Against Hunger.
Need entertaining ideas, stat? Rebecca Proctor, creative director of housewares giant MacKenzie-Childs, is making an in-store appearance at the Palm Beach location (238 Worth Ave.) 6-8 p.m. Thursday. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served while you browse their new line of enamel goods, pick up tips on decking the halls and learn how to throw the coolest party on your block. Ten percent of the evening’s proceeds will benefit the Palm Beach Habilitation Center; 20 percent off regularly priced purchases. 561-832-9877.