STYLEHAMPTON: Martha's 'Thirst Trap' Moment - 27 East

STYLEHAMPTON: Martha’s ‘Thirst Trap’ Moment

author on Jul 28, 2020
It was the talk of the internet last week: an Instagram selfie of 78-year-old domestic icon Martha Stewart, emerging from her Lily Pond Lane swimming pool in full makeup, hair... more

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