Stella Spoils 10.25.18

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Our friends at SHARPLY and the Refinery Hotel have teamed up again for a major giveaway to celebrate the opening of their popup shop next month. One lucky winner will take home a two-night stay at New York's Refinery Hotel, a new fall wardrobe and a collection of other goods sourced from some equally killer brands. You're going to want it all (we've even included a photo from the House of Spoils collection as part of the prize package). Click through below for a chance to win.
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This is what happens when you bite into a chile pepper: A full load of the chemical capsaicin — the compound that makes peppers hot — floods your tongue and throat, binding to pain receptors and shooting an insistent S.O.S. message to the brain that, essentially, your mouth is on fire. Then there’s sweating. Panting. Maybe some crying. And then, finally, the glorious endorphin rush, which instantly transforms all that pain into the kind of ecstasy that forges lifelong addicts: chileheads.

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