Stella Spoils 9.1.17

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Kauai, Hawaii

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This one is for our readers who're on the go. We're talking about a 30L weatherproof duffel that packs down to pocket size - perfect for those packers and unpackers who're alway looking for the most economical way to store their goods on the go. From Matador, this ingenious piece of gear boasts dual compartments, adjustable straps and virtual indestructibility. Highly technical, beautifully designed and exceptionally affordable, it's a carry-all that's worth checking out. 

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Andy Warhol was rarely seen without his trusted SX-70 Polaroid camera. As art and photography critic Richard B. Woodward writes in the introduction to Andy Warhol: Polaroids 1958-1987, a beautifully comprehensive photo-book re-editioned by Taschen this month, “he was likely the first artist in history who took photographs and was photographed equally in massive numbers”. The pop artist’s penchant for instant image-making in the mid-20th century might have paved the way for the exercise in self-branding prevalent on today’s social media platforms; the #selfie, one could deduce, wouldn’t exist as it does without Warhol. Here, we explore Warhol’s relationship with five individuals he photographed, immortalising each on Polaroid film and cementing their status as pop culture icons. 

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