Stella Spoils 11.6.17


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Bushwick Kitchen sources the best and most beautiful ingredients from in and around New York (Hudson Valley, Catskills Mountains, and the Flushing neighborhood of Queens) to infuse, mix, make and bottle from their kitchen straight into yours. Their trio of expertly flavored Bees Knees honeys are a stand out and a must for those who're into playing around with flavor profiles. The set includes Meyer Lemon Honey, Spicy Honey, and Salted Honey all made from the finest all-natural ingredients, concocted to elevate any bite.

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The Sequoia Dress from the New York-based independent fashion label Creatures of Comfort is not the kind of garment one might refer to as “sexy.” Dun-colored, ankle-lengthed, high-necked and voluminous-sleeved, this seemingly innocuous $450 number became an unlikely lightning rod this summer, when the writer and editor Doree Shafrir shared a screenshot of it on Twitter, writing: “Bless everyone who is pretty enough, skinny enough and rich enough to wear this dress.” This rapidly summoned a number of droll, liked-in-the-thousands responses from other women. “Adding this to my Amazon Amishlist,” one wrote; “It’s a party dress! A Donner party dress,” another tweeted; “The sister wives and I all decided to go with turd brown,” added a third. Considering our current moment’s heart-poundingly swift, frequently terrifying news cycle, the Sequoia affair hardly made for the most momentous or enduring story. And yet it touched on a puzzling phenomenon: the significant turn in fashion over the past couple of years toward almost aggressively non-provocative dressing, and the complicated feelings women have about it

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