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Villa Rufolo, Ravello, Italy

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Ahhh... Summer festivals, what a must. On July 8th, Full Moon descends to a new destination on the beaches of Governors Island. A festival with worldly sensibility and New York swagger, Full Moon is one of New York’s largest remaining independent music festivals at the forefront of the boutique festival trend. Dozens of artists, cultural institutions, culinary divines, and musicians divided over two emblematic locations - Full Moon by Day on the paradisiacal waterfront of Governors Island, and Full Moon by Night held in an undisclosed industrial playground. We'll be there in full force to see Vic Mensa, Kelela, Larry Heard, and tons of other great sets. Will you join us? Pick up tickets below (we were able to hook up a 20% discount this year for SPOILS readers).

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Our friends over at Artemis Design Co. just came out with a collection of slides (or Mules) and they're everything we want in an exotic summer shoe that's perfect for home and away. From Boston via Istabul,  Artemis Design Co. procure authentic Kilim carpets from the bazaars of Turkey and repurpose them into limited editions of collectible footwear to which no pair is the same. Detailed with a leather sole, a rubber heel insert and velvet lining for comfort, the hand-woven antique Kilim carpet upper provides breathability and offers unrivaled style. Each pair is truly unique and they're going quick, so slide into your new original below.
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Manchester’s city center, also known as the Northern Quarter, juxtaposes Britain old and new. Wide, freshly paved roads rest on the same grid as narrow, windy streets that crisscross through town. Grand neo-gothic buildings hold banks, coffee shops, and grocery stores. Steely modern high-rises tower over 19th-century brick buildings. It was here that England established itself as a mass producer of textiles during the Industrial Revolution, with Manchester eventually gaining a reputation for being a “Cottonopolis.” Today, most of the city’s giant mills and factories have closed, with production having largely migrated to Asia, and many of these spaces have since been turned into offices and warehouses.

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