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SIXTY Listens: David Bowie

He never quite belonged to us. David Bowie, the alien beauty once known as Ziggy Stardust, existed in a world all his own. Groundbreaking, innovative, relentlessly strange: he was an artist that played by his own rules, creating a sound and look, unique and unparalleled. In a career spanning four...

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SIXTY Sees: ‘Endless’

In a gorgeously art directed video, Endless presents a series of modern human tasks, slickly mechanized for (slightly anxiety-inducing) effect. Milk moves by on conveyor belts, a robotic pen signs cards, a golden wheel mimics the constant pressing of a remote. The tiresome, seemingly limitlessness of such human tasks...

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Mia Moretti’s Art Basel Playlist

Warm, sexy nights spent after days of trolling gorgeous international art works deserve a playlist to match. NYC-based DJ Mia Moretti, currently holding court at Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel, crafts us mixtape that perfectly packs in one jam after another. You’re in good hands. Moretti’s a seasoned pro when...

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Hugo Boss x Jason Pomeranc

In a dreamy and transportive three-minute video directed by Ivan Olita, Hugo Boss presents Los Angeles in an opalescent haze. The chic menswear brand enlisted the help of director/photographer Francesco Carrozzini and SIXTY Hotels co-founder (and native Angeleno) Jason Pomeranc to share their respective love for the city from an insider’s perspective....

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The Los Angeles Ethos of As of Now

To say that LA’s Arts District is having a moment is a bit of a misnomer. It infers a brevity of time, a coming and going, a proverbial “15 minutes of fame.” What’s really at hand here is a massive transformation. Bars, restaurants, shops, museums: it’s all happening. And,...

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Seeing Things with Stealing Sheep

What happens when you combine Wes Anderson quirk with OK Go’s infamously intricate camera work? Stealing Sheep’s outstanding new video for the track “Apparition.” Directed by Dougal Wilson, the video seamlessly blends a colorful small town ritual with the track’s modern buoyancy. It’s a perfectly unexpected visual accompaniment from a...

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Zack Secker’s Birds of Paradise

Inspired by a formative experience with storybooks as a child, in the series Birds, New York-based photographer Zack Seckler aims to create images as though conjured up by a youthful, vivid mind. The result is eight portraits featuring birds shot everywhere from Japan to Bermuda, each imbued with its own...

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Adam Purple and the Garden of Eden

In 1975, Lower East Side tenement resident and social activist Adam Purple endeavored to turn a singular empty lot filled with brick rubble into a community garden. The rows were circular, precise, and, in just four inches of soil, he managed to plant everything from corn to cucumbers, asparagus...

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Interview Magazine x Tiki Tabu

The fashion set was out in full force earlier this week when Interview Magazine celebrated its already-infamous selfie covers for their September issue. The “#ME” title couldn’t be more appropriate. The Misshapes and Myles Hendrik provided the soundtrack for the evening, where everyone from Ellen von Unwerth to Riccardo Tisci...

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SIXTY Sees: ‘The Purrtraitist’

If you, like us, feel as though it has been far too long since Christopher Guest released a movie, you’ll be delighted to satiate your craving for parody with Brooklyn director Mark Zemel’s short film, The Purrtraitist. Only this is less parody than the thing that gets parodied. Following...

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