It’s a buyer’s market.SHOPLaunch Miami MarketWhat: From the NYer behind TheMarketNYC and indie designer co-op EdgeNYNoho comes a weekly bazaar selling art, clothing, accessories, vintage goods, and more — all from local talent.Why: F.b.c.reations jewelry; bags, shoes, and accessories by Benii Boutique; Brew Butta skin care; and Fresh Baked Goods.When: Every Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.Where: Holy Cross Santa Cruz Church, 121 NE 36th St., Design District. Info at 646-436-1575.SAVECitrine by the Stones DealWhat: DailyCandy readers can shop the newly public studio (was wholesale only) with 25 percent off all current collections.Why: Bangles, gold-hammered cuffs, silver wire rings, plus sample sale items and an under-$50 section. When: Thurs., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat., 12:30-6 p.m.Where: 4310 N. Miami Ave., loft 4 (305-405-5000).EAT Giralda Under the StarsWhat: Downtown Coral Gables closes the street to traffic, so restaurants can hit the pavement and offer pedestrians outdoor dining.Why: Miss Saigon Bistro, The Bar, Talavera, Il Grissino, and more.When: Fri., 7 p.m.-midnight.Where: Giralda Ave., b/t Ponce de Leon Blvd. & Galiano St.GEEK OUTGadgets and Gizmos for TechiesWhat: Our definitive holiday gift guide to the latest and greatest, including a 3-D camcorder, remote-operated lantern, wooden watch, and retro iPhone dock.Why: Get your hands on hi-fi, lo-fi, and everything in between.When: Before you crash.Where: Online at dailycandy.com.DRINKTanteo Tequila What: After debuting in NYC last year, the company behind the 100 percent blue agave blanco liquor chose Miami as its second market. Why: Each bottle is infused with a different flavor (jalapeno, tropical, cocoa).When: You’re feeling festive.Where: The Florida Room, 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach (305-672-2000); MB Liquors 2, 915 Washington Ave., Miami Beach (305-538-1230).Photo: Courtesy of F.b.c.reations Up to 55% off Felix ReyCure wardrobe boredom with a glam handbag from Felix Rey at up to 55% off. While you’re at it, prevent holiday blues by delving into Swirl’s first-ever gift sale.