Stella Spoils 3.6.17

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Milos, Greece

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Great Ocean Road, Australia

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Chamonix, France

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I couldn't help but share these super realistic vegetable glycerin soaps from the Brooklyn based LEIF. A simple idea executed beautifully, these quirky novelty soaps take gemstones and bathroom decor to its own level. Each "stone" has its own divine scent (from "Rose Tea" to "Peach Geranium Moss") and is made from a combination of heavenly ingredients including: aloe, calendula, chamomile, comfrey, lavender, vitamin E, chlorophyll, almond oil, jojoba oil, olive oil, essential oils, mineral earth, kaolin clay, and glycerin dew. Pick up one (or the entire set) below:
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Not long after Natalia Osipova danced with Sergei Polunin for the first time, she and I met backstage at the Royal Opera House. The rumour from Milan, where they performed “Giselle”, was that the love they revealed for each other on-stage came straight from the heart. Osipova smiled but stayed silent. On the other hand, she couldn’t stop talking about the wonder of dancing with him. “Different partners are like different lives and your character changes depending on the partner. Dancing with Sergei for the first time, every­thing changed. I had never danced Giselle in that way before,” she said. “He has a very different energy flow. I often feel like I am the boss, and I know what I am doing and where I am going. I am the lead. Maybe this is not right, but it is how it is. With Sergei it was different because he is so natural on stage and I just followed his lead.”

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