Stella Spoils 10.11.18

Kris

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Saltee Islands, Ireland

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Trollstigen, Norway

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We've always loved Australian Brand Lack of Color for their diverse line of quality-made hats, and this is one of their standouts. Handcrafted by artisans in the Dominican Republic from 100% palm leaf, the Palm Canyon Floppy Hat is a dome style woven straw hat detailed with a drawstring, a reversible brim and sun freckle holes, which elegantly finish off this beautifully crafted piece. Get shade below.

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We often talk about literature as if it were some kind of magic thing—like it could be conjured without effort, if only we could arrange ourselves in a certain fashion, eat the right breakfast, perform our ablutions just so, organize our desks like our favorite writers, copy their daily rituals. Unfortunately, writing is hard, no matter what you do. When you’re working, you have to be a mercenary, taking whatever space you can get, doing whatever works on that day. But when you really love a novel, there’s still something mysteriously satisfying about seeing where it was made—it’s kind of like making a pilgrimage to where your lover was born and raised. It doesn’t mean anything, exactly, because you don’t believe in magic, and yet it does. At the very least, it’s fun. So for our mutual enjoyment, I present the places where some of literature’s most beloved works were written: some beautiful, some dark, all apparently capable of inspiring greatness.

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