Stella Spoils 11.24.17

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Whoa, do you see these things? We're going through a sock phase this week, maybe it's the turkey and the warm at-home vibes, but there's nothing better than a fresh, comfortable pair of super soft socks. Softer than cashmere and warmer than wool, this sock is made with bison down to keep your feet warm and dry. Crafted entirely in the USA from authentic, American materials. Pick up a few pairs for yourself below.

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NEW YORK TIMES

Before he had even made his first movie, Spike Lee used to fantasize about three things: season tickets at the Garden, a brownstone in Fort Greene like the one that he was raised in and a house in the historically black Oak Bluffs section of Martha’s Vineyard. In 1986, after writing, producing, directing and acting in his infectious debut, “She’s Gotta Have It,” a stylish, edgy rom-com about a libidinous young woman juggling three lovers, those Knicks seats came first. The two homes swiftly followed, and within a decade, Lee’s status and celebrity had catapulted him, practically against his will, from Da Republic of Brooklyn, as he likes to call it in emails, into a 8,200-square-foot Upper East Side townhouse that was previously home to Jasper Johns. But the getaway in Massachusetts, situated next to the 18th hole at the Farm Neck Golf Club, has never required upgrading.

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