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We're psyched to see Mott & Bow branching into new product besides just premium denim. After years of research and prototyping, their team has developed a 100% pill-resistant cashmere sweater that's as flattering as it is comfortable. You can't go wrong with one of these timeless silhouettes, available in six colors below. The best part? It costs less than a third of what the same sweater would cost us from a designer brand. 

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THE NEW YORKER

Mary Oliver was a poet who had Greatest Hits. She knew this. It amused her, more than anything—that a sonneteer who wrote mostly about the natural world could have a back catalogue that the public thought about at all, let alone printed out and hung over their desks, or clamored for at readings, or quoted at length on social media. In a 2001 talk to the Lannan Foundation, she introduced “Wild Geese”—which, with “The Summer Day,” is her poetic equivalent of an arena-rock ballad—with a sheepish acknowledgement of its popularity. “George Eliot and her husband, George Lewes, used to refer to some of the material goods that they had by the names of books,” she said. “They would take out their new set of dishes and say, These are the ‘Silas Marner’ dishes, or the ‘Mill on the Floss’ curtains. And we have at least a few cups and saucers that are the ‘Wild Geese’ cups and saucers in our household.”

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