Stella Spoils 11.2.18

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Greet winter with a blanket made from one of Earth's highest-performance fibers: Shupaca's Alpaca Throw (pictured here in 'Antique Moss') is crafted with sustainably sourced Alpaca wool and is the silky-softest interior addition for those who need that extra layer of breathable warmth and simple style. Handmade in Ecuador on 100 year-old looms, it's easy to say that this piece is going to have a place in your home and your heart for a very long time.

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NEW YORK TIMES

Saverio Costanzo, the 43-year-old director of the HBO limited series “My Brilliant Friend,” is a haunted man. For over a decade, he has corresponded with a woman whose face he cannot see, whose voice he cannot hear, whose existence is confirmed only by the many thousands of words she has written dissecting his artistic choices. When he speaks of her, his black eyes turn upward, as if seeking a trace of her in the cracks of the ceiling or in some metaphysical plane high above the penthouse suite of the Beverly Hilton Hotel, where Costanzo and the cast of “My Brilliant Friend” have arrived for HBO’s summer press tour. “Sometimes she was so strong,” he said, gruffly. “I don’t know. I’m still trying to put everything together. It’s very hard. It was like working with a ghost.”

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