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Jared Chambers: Standing at the Edge of the World

There is no sight quite like that of the open road, the sense that you are embarking on an adventure all your own. From the snow-flocked peaks of the United States to the black-sand shores of Iceland, LA-based photographer Jared Chambers documents his journeys in all their gorgeous solitude....

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Maroesjka Lavigne’s ‘Land of Nothingness’

In muted mauves and dusty lavenders, Belgian photographer Maroesjka Lavigne captures the subtle, sprawling beauty of Namibia, one of the least densely populated places in the world. “It literally takes you hours, driving through nothing,” Lavigne notes of the country, “to at long last arrive at… more nothing.” It is...

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Going to Memphis with Chris Rhodes

Inspired by the work of Joel Sternfeld and Stephen Shore, British photographer Chris Rhodes captures the a quintessentially American sentiment in Memphis, Tennessee. A faded and worn-out town, long washed of the Graceland shine leant by Elvis Presley, Rhodes’ photographs document a place living in homage to a brighter past....

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Alice Gao’s Guide to Flatiron and Gramercy

For those strictly dedicated to the allure of downtown New York, the Flatiron District, anchored by that infamously deceiving piece of architecture by the same name, can be a bit of a mystery. Where to go? What to do? It’s a lesser known wonderland, but a wonderland nonetheless. Once...

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Eleonora Carisi’s Guide to the World

In a world of bleach bottle blondes posing on city streets, fashion blogger Eleonora Carisi is a breath of fresh air. She is a less common beauty, with a sense of style all her own, as discerning about her choice in shoes as she is about where she gets...

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Jetset Packing 101 with Lucy Williams

Imagine the scene: You’re standing in line at the airport, waiting for the grand opportunity to strip yourself of metals, shoes, and anything generally deemed unseemly by the metal detector that awaits. Only there’s a holdup. It’s apparently someone’s first time at the proverbial rodeo, and you watch in...

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Joel Sternfeld’s North Carolina

Joel Sternfeld’s work has always spoken a rich cinematic visual language, each image in possession of a strong narrative bursting with details. In 1975, the photographer headed to Nag’s Beach, North Carolina, where he documented the burnt flesh, beach shacks, and summer romances with artistic detail. Here, his subjects are characters...

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Nathan Michael’s Guide to the Lower East Side

Nathan Michael is a man on the move. Canvassing the globe on his many travels, the Chicago-based photographer captures the endless pleasures of life on the road–from freshly shucked oysters to the sway of desert palms. His fresh, optimistic aesthetic has earned him gigs with everyone from Sweet Paul...

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A Look Back at Summer in NYC

As fall becomes a reality lingering just beyond the horizon, it’s time to look back at the summer we’ve had. Each year, director Colby Moore creates a short film, a string of New York City vignettes that best encapsulate the season. There’s fireworks, street meat, strangers on sidewalks. Moore...

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A SIXTY Guide to West Hollywood and Beyond

A trip to Los Angeles can be a daunting task. Sprawling and largely uncentered (compared to its cosmopolitan counterparts), exploring the city requires a deep dive into various neighborhoods and a knowledge of the gems that exist within each. It’s about knowing where to go in Silverlake, where to...

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