Stella Spoils 11.13.17


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Adelaide, Australia


San Pedro de Atacama, Chile


Silver Lake, Los Angeles

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New on our radar this month (and just in time) is The Very Warm, a New York City outerwear purveyor shipping classic styles in collaboration with a curated roster of artists. Pictured above is one of our favorites, the Sage bomber with two artist linings available from Jasper Wong and Morgan Lappin. You really can't go wrong with a form-fitting black satin bomber this time of year. Pick one up below and use code SPOILS15 for a few bones off your order.

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The first time I met Angela Dimayuga, she had just become famous. Well, famous for a New York chef with fewer than 20,000 Instagram followers and no TV deal, cookbook, or restaurant of her own. It was this past May, and we were at a gala in Brooklyn for the arts nonprofit Creative Time, honoring Opening Ceremony founders Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, Dimayuga’s close friends. After serving platters of activated-charcoal-and-salt-crusted fish garnished with delicate purple flowers to hundreds of guests, the chef, dressed in a glittering midnight-blue dress, reflected on her newfound fame. “At first it was kind of nerve-wracking because my phone was blowing up,” she said. “At this point I have nothing to lose.”

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