Stella Spoils 9.30.16

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Gili Lankanfushi, Maldives

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The Kimono, a traditionally Japanese garment–literally meaning "thing to wear"–is everywhere right now, and for good reason; because it's not just a "thing to wear", it's a thing of style, beauty and convenience. Add to that romantic prints, a flattering fit, and eclectic versatility, it lends itself wholly to individual style and the throw-on-and-go lifestyle. LA based womenswear brand, Helena Quinn have taken it to the next level with their 100% silk Coco Kimono Robe; a super luxurious, ultra cozy piece to curl up and kick back in... and quite honestly, it's so gorgeous that I'm not going to be limiting my wear of it to the indoors. Treat yourself to your new favorite weekend wear in Navy Floral below:
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The Season 8 première of “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” begins just like all of the show’s episodes do: with its amiably gruff host taking in the splendors of some lesser-travelled corner of the globe. In this case, it’s Hanoi, Vietnam, and Bourdain, as usual, is in his element, riding around on a motorbike and thrilling to the smells of fish sauce, exhaust, and incense. We watch him consume street food, chat with old friends over cold beers, and patronize a noodle stall run by a fantastically brusque woman. We follow him to Ha Long Bay, where he drinks a gin and tonic, goes for a swim, and meets residents of a floating fishing village.

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