Stella Spoils 10.6.16


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Venice Beach, LA

Sahara Desert, Morocco

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The Agnes Top, a modern take on a classic button down, is as naturally beautiful as the location in which it was created; from California-based Ozma, available in white and black, the shirt offers subtle variations that add to its handmade appeal. A style that once reminded us of windowless cubicles and the mundane 9-5 has been given a new lease in fashion looking fresh paired with high waist denim pants or tucked under a jumpsuit. The Agnes Top shows off intricate design details – like a narrow collar and hand-dyed corozo buttons – that are thoughtful additions to an affordably-priced shirt, especially considering you’ll wear it as regularly as laundry day comes around.
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When Leif Vasstrom opened the Midnight Sun in 1978, it was the second tanning salon in Manhattan and an immediate sensation. Cher and Carly Simon darkened the threshold during his first week of business, and Vasstrom remembers talking up the wonders of artificial tans among the revelers at Studio 54. “It was a fun time,” said Vasstrom. “From there, it spread like wildfire.” Vasstrom soon launched a chain of salons across the country and built a related business selling tanning beds to other entrepreneurs. In 1984, he sold 16,000 tanning machines and took his company, called Silver Group, public on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. The tanning business was on fire, and in the decades to follow, Vasstrom expanded his business into virtually every corner of the $5 billion a year industry

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