Stella Spoils 12.5.18

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From Varley – the performance-first activewear brand blurring the lines between London's cosmopolitan elegance and L.A.'s active lifestyle – this pink-dipped, half-zipped sherpa style jacket is  a gem of a find. One of those 'wear all day' pieces, this fleecy pullover features a relaxed drop-shoulder fit and is detailed with a laydown collar, side seam slits and ribbed end finishings. Pick it up below.

  

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Want a fragrance that doesn't smell like a flower shop made of candy? Fulton & Roark is a fragrance and grooming company that started out making solid colognes for guys, but it wasn't long before a large portion of their customers were women--and for good reason. Not only are each of the fragrances made with the highest quality ingredients, but they're designed to smell great on a person, regardless of gender. And, each one comes in a sturdy little case that makes refreshing your fragrance easy when on-the-go. Check out their latest fragrance, Perpetua. It's a  fresh and woody blend of Atlas Cedar, Bergamot, Jasmine and Amber. 
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Chris Bourdain is searching for a word that he cannot quite find. We're sitting together in a small café in Grand Central Terminal, drinking table wine and talking about his late older brother, Anthony. Chris has a habit of looking away as he's talking to you, one of many physical traits he shares with Tony. And right now he is thinking, with Bourdainian intensity, for a way to sum up his brother succinctly, and for a very specific reason. "The death certificate that was printed in France," he tells me, "listed as his profession 'chef.' And I tried for months to figure out, what is the appropriate way to describe what Tony has been doing for the last seven or eight years? There's no description for it."

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