Stella Spoils 12.14.18

Kris

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Started on the back of a cocktail napkin, SeaVee's first ever slipper has finally come to grace our feet at home. An elegant, minimal, and durable take on the house shoe, this versatile indoor slipper is made up of 360-degree felted wool comfort and a super soft French microterry lining. It fits like a cloud and deals like a sneaker; check out below to for the happiest, coziest feet this season.

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When one thinks about Roman triumvirates, insofar as one ever thinks about Roman triumvirates, there are two that spring immediately to mind: the First Triumvirate and the Second Triumvirate. The former involved a would-be emperor (Julius Caesar), a man with a beautiful head of hair (Pompey), and a guy whose name no one can ever remember (Crassus); the latter included an actual emperor (Augustus), a noted piss artist who also happened to have great hair (Mark Antony), and another guy whose name no one can ever remember (Lepidus). But I propose we add another Ancient Roman triumvirate and turn this list into a triumvirate of triumvirates. This last (and, frankly, greatest) of the triumvirates consists of the three queens who led revolts against the Roman occupation of their lands: Cleopatra, Boudicca, and Zenobia.

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