Stella Spoils 12.1.16


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Villingili, Kaafu, Maldives

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Earlier this month I visited Scribner’s Catskill Lodge in upstate New York (highly recommend!) and spent the entire weekend in something very similar to the Flying S Jumpsuit by Black Crane; a neutral-colored, long-sleeved one piece that’s an absolute no-brainer when it comes to packing decisions. I wore this piece the entire weekend; under an oversized sweater with fur-lined slides, over a turtleneck with a chunky scarf; it worked with almost every scenario, from fireplace chill to window shopping and dinner. It’s both simple and on-trend and roomy enough for holiday dinners.

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Ninja, one half of the influential rave-rap act Die Antwoord, is none too pleased that from  across the restaurant at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, Quentin Tarantino has cranked up the stereo, blasting Sarah Vaughan's voice. "Can you not listen to that man and turn the music down," he says to the waiter in a snarling, Afrikaans-inflected stage whisper. "Oh yeah," says Yolandi Visser, the shyer of the two. "Thank you," she adds as the waiter shuffles over to the stereo. A few moments later, Tarantino stands, unsheathes an LP and drops the needle on side  two of Rod Stewart's "Every Picture Tells a Story," then raises his glass to Ninja and Visser in a facetious toast – but they already have  their backs to him and, tellingly, the volume is significantly lower.

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