Stella Spoils 11.7.18


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This super soft velour corduroy top from Madewell will take pretty much any look to a whole new level, simply and sweetly. With a cozy mock-neck, it's defined by a relaxed, dropped shoulder fit in a boxy frame, and a 'go with anything' kind of vibe. We love this piece because it's a quality-made essential that makes the right amount of statement. Pick it up below in 'Antique Cream'. 

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On Carrie Mae Weems's deck in Syracuse, N.Y., locusts are buzzing about the space like doomsday portents, emerging from the ground after 17 years only to drown boozily in our cups of rosé. It’s a warm day in late June, and a summer languor — or maybe it’s a news-cycle-induced torpor — is in the air, but Weems, perhaps our greatest living photographer, is juggling so many projects that when we were emailing to work out the interview logistics, she warned me, “We’ll need all your skills on this.” She is simultaneously working on a trio of shows: a retrospective at Boston College’s McMullen Museum of Art this fall, an installation for Cornell University and a group show she’s curating, “Darker Matter,” which will include a new series of her own, at the Park Avenue Armory around 2020 — a follow-up to the creative think tank of artists, musicians and writers she organized at the venue last winter titled “The Shape of Things.”

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