Stella Spoils 7.19.17


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Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka

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We featured Bruta a while back and couldn't resit but to indulge in them again; because these pieces are where art and fashion meet and we're so, so into it. Arthur Yates has no formal fashion training, but he does have an artist's background and with that he founded his seriously cool London-based fashion label. Bruta's collections are built around – and are heavily rooted in – art. Bringing streetwear vibes to shirting and an elevated elegance to streetwear, these relaxed, casual-meets-formal shirts project a unisex appeal with their embroidered / printed designs each with varying motifs. The new collection is for every girl (and guy), everywhere.
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Unless you’re fortunate enough to live in a climate in which you change your bikini as often as you change your underwear, when it comes to popping off on holiday or taking a dip down the local lido in the summer months the thought of pulling on swimwear can be daunting, to say the least. For starters, the options are seemingly infinite; from the quintessential stringy set, with its triangular top and risky tie-on bottoms, to the modest one-piece, that infallible classic. So, we looked to 1990s swimwear campaigns to get some inspiration on how to make swimwear work for us this summer. Take note. 
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