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Lahaina, Hawaii





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The Sports Bra recently turned 40 years old and now its cringing to imagine breaking a sweat without one. First hitting the markets as a 'Jogbra', the now-staple piece of gear found its pedestal in the form of Jane Fonda and 1980s neon workout videos. And in praise of modern day fitness and comfort, here's one we really like from the Italian fashion house, Moschino. Available in Black or Grey, this no-frills essential can be worn as a base layer or, in warmer times, on its own. Pick it up below.
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Frida Kahlo loved hot pink lipstick, the color of crushed hibiscus blossoms, of flor de Jamaica, of bougainvillea vines crawling over stucco walls. Her chosen shade, at least later in her life, was Revlon’s “Everything’s Rosy,” which she purchased in golden bullet tubes in the 1940s, after Revlon opened a manufacturing plant in Mexico. Kahlo regularly matched her lips to her nails to the blooms in her hair: crimson, magenta, bubble gum. These kinds of details—the color of nail polish Kahlo liked to wear (Frosted Snow Pink) or her perfume (Guerlain’s Shalimar, Schiaparelli’s Shocking) or how she stayed moisturized (Pond’s lanolin Dry Skin Cream)—might distract from her work. But might they also offer a glimpse of an artist’s private rituals, a way of connecting to her daily practice?

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