Stella Spoils 7.31.17

Kris

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Quick follow up to our Bombas shout out a few weeks back (you may have seen them on Shark Tank or heard that they donate a pair of socks to homeless shelters for every pair sold). We're fans, clearly. Well our team has been test driving their calf length marls all weekend and we may just have a new favorite everyday sock. These super comfortable marls are made by twisting two yarn colors together to add texture, depth and vibrancy unlike off the shelf socks you might find at Uniqlo. Available in a bunch of colors to keep you on your toes for the next few months.

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Many movements have risen on social media, using the connective power of platforms like Twitter and Facebook to amplify marginalized voices. But what happens when a movement’s target is the social media platform itself? The push to allow women to go topless dates as far back as decades ago, when organizers began advocating for cities to remove restrictions on women in public space. But it picked up steam on social media with a 2014 documentary by the actor and activist Lina Esco that challenged Instagram to loosen its restrictions on images of topless women.

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