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Power Trip! How Pamela Love & Rebecca Minkoff Pack And Party In The Bahamas

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    No offense, NYC, but every once in a while it's nice to get away — really away — even if it's only for a few short days. And Rebecca Minkoff, Pamela Love, Les Mis darling Samantha Barks, and bloggers Bryan Boy and Rumi Neely agree. That's why the gang packed up smartly and chicly and headed down to Bahamas resort The Cove Atlantis this weekend.

    When they weren't busy smooching dolphins in a sea-life rehabilitation sanctuary, gorging at Nobu, or floating down the lazy river, the influencer group (ehem, Bryan Boy) was gambling, sunning, reading tarot, and duh picking out the perfect outfit for each activity. The Cove (whose motto is smartly "live your life" — dually noted), is kind of like a Disney World for adults — except in this instance, replace fanny packs for Minkoff beach bags and Tevas for heeled sandals. Want to know how the gang really got down this weekend? Click through for some fun snaps including Pamela Love's crammed-full carry on, and, oh yeah, the pretty-perfect Samantha Barks with a dolphin friend.

    Photos: Courtesy of Bahamas News Photos, Samantha Barks, Pamela Love, and Rebecca Minkoff.

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