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In the Now: Meghan Trainor collaborates with Clinique

Singer Meghan Trainor has collaborated with Clinique for a limited edition cosmetics bag that's free with any $  30 purchase from clinique.com.Courtesy of Clinique Singer Meghan Trainor has collaborated with Clinique for a limited edition cosmetics bag that’s free with any $ 30 purchase from clinique.com.

LIP SYNC

Now she’s all about that face.

Grammy-nominated artist Meghan Trainor has launched a limited-edition cosmetic bag with Clinique.

For her first beauty campaign, the “All About That Bass” singer co-designed the posh pouch, which comes with any purchase of $ 30 or more on Clinique.com while supplies last. The bag features a pair of lips — a reference to her new hit, “Lips are Movin.”

“I wanted to rock the look of the video, and add a little more shine — just the way I like my lips,” she raves on the brand’s site.

Trainor dropped her new album “Title” on Tuesday. She has also curated a collection of her nine favorite Clinique lip products. They include: the Chubby Stick Baby Tint in Poppin’ Poppy, Superbalm Moisturizing Gloss in Raspberry, Long Last Glossywear in Kissyfit — and more. These items are being sold separately for $ 16 and $ 17 a pop.

“Designing the cosmetic bag was a fun process,” she said in a statement, “and I hope my fans enjoy it.”

A couple skates on the Rink at Rockefeller Center, by the Rock Center Cafe. The new Apres Skate package makes a great date by including rink admission, skate rental, a snack and drinks for two in the $  99 price.A couple skates on the Rink at Rockefeller Center, by the Rock Center Cafe. The new Apres Skate package makes a great date by including rink admission, skate rental, a snack and drinks for two in the $ 99 price.

— Nicole Lyn Pesce

ICE, ICE BABY

The Christmas tree is history, but the world-famous Rink at Rockefeller Center is just heating up.

The new “Après Skate” experience launching this week provides the perfect date. Just $ 99 includes: rink admission for two, skate rentals for two, a glass of wine or a house-crafted cocktail per guest, plus a shared plate from the Rock Center Cafe’s Winter Bar & Lounge.

“January is one of the best times to experience the rink without the crowds,” says Tanja Yokum, PR director for the restaurants there. “Now that the holidays are over, we see an influx of local New Yorkers coming to skate.”

Other exciting packages include the SkySkate, which folds admission to the rink and a trip to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck for $ 48. Or, for $ 65, put a spin on your 2015 fitness resolutions by working out with Olympic figure skater JoJo Starbuck on the ice Thursday and Friday mornings from 7:30-8:30 a.m. See therinkatrockcenter.com for these and other packages.

A scene from pkd fest A scene from “Montauk,” at the Philip K. Dick sci-fi film festival

— Nicole Lynn Pesce

SCI-FI SCENE

Need a reason to crawl out of your fallout shelter — er, sorry, your warm home, this chilly January? Check out the third annual Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival this weekend, which will highlight sci-fi offerings beyond the usual sphere.

In addition to panel discussion, films and shorts from around the world include “Nightmare Code,” about a surveillance programmer who flips out, with Andrew J. West (“The Walking Dead”). Also cued up: the paranormal thriller “21 Days,” a genetics-run-amok drama called “The perfect 46” and the parallel-universe thriller “Inverse.”

The multi-venue festival is named after and inspired by the author of “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” (the basis for “Blade Runner”) and “We Can Remember It For You Wholesale,” the basis for two cinematic versions of “Total Recall.” For tickets and schedule information, go to thephilipkdickfilmfestival.com or call (917) 362-9337.

— Joe Neumaier

The Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show will be showcasing boats for every budget and lifestyle, including new surf-centric boats (pictured), sportfishers, yachts, sailboats and more Jan. 21-25.The Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show will be showcasing boats for every budget and lifestyle, including new surf-centric boats (pictured), sportfishers, yachts, sailboats and more Jan. 21-25.

SHORE THING

All hands on deck.

On Wednesday, the New York Boat Show docks at the Javits Center (655 W. 34th St.) for its 110th and splashiest presentation.

Since the first show, recreational boats in use in the U.S. have grown 1,000-fold, according to the National Marine Manufacturers Association.

The four-day event, wrapping Sunday, Jan. 25, will showcase boats for every budget and lifestyle, including new surf-centric boats (pictured), sportfishers, yachts, sailboats and lots of other more sea-worthy vessels.

Displays and talks will include safety and maintenance primers. plus tips and tools from Fishing University.

Exported.;George Bernard Shaw’s (above) “How He Lied to Her Husband” will be presented Monday at Symphony Space.

$ 15; A full schedule of events is at NYBoatShow.com

— Joe Dziemianowicz

SHAW SHOW

True story: The Gingold Theatrical Group, known for starry readings of George Bernard Shaw plays, will mark a milestone Monday with good-natured fibbing.

“How He Lied to Her Husband,” Shaw’s light comic sendup of his own popular play “Candida,” is the group’s 100th presentation. Tyne Daly, Richard Easton and Tony Yazbeck of “On the Town” are among the participants.

“It’s one of my favorites and most often requested from our patrons,” says Gingold artistic director David Staller, who switches things up a little for the landmark event.

House of HoopsCourtesy of Foot Locker House of Hoops by Foot Locker, a joint venture with Nike, outside Madison Square Garden.

“I never act in the plays. I’ll be taking the arduous and highly charged role of the narrator,” he says. “I’m growing a beard for the occasion.”

7 p.m. $ 30 for the play, $ 50 for the play and party; Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway (at 95th St.) (212) 864-5400 or SymphonySpace.org

— Joe Dziemianowicz

GAME ON

The world’s biggest House of Hoops by Foot Locker opens today outside Madison Square Garden. A joint effort with Nike, it features all things Nike Basketball and customization. It’s open through Feb. 22 — perfect timing for All-Star action at MSG.

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