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The Interrogator with Upstate’s Kalen Kaminski 

In today’s sleek and technological world, a piece of hand-dyed fabric can feel almost like a loaded argument against capitalism. It refuses our pursuit of mechanized economies of scale, denies a compulsion towards exactitude. Instead, it welcomes disorder and refuses perfection. It exists on the opposite end of mass...

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Meet L.A. Florist Sophia Moreno-Bunge of ISA ISA

Sophia Moreno-Bunge is a tamer of wild things. As the owner of L.A. floral design studio ISA ISA, Moreno-Bunge creates arrangements out of seemingly incongruous materials. Green papyrus, summer grass, dates and dried cucumber: her designs successfully employ an array of unexpected flora. In Moreno-Bunge’s capable hands, even bent...

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SIXTY Listens: Lana Del Rey “The Greatest”

If you thought it was impossible to turn the chaos of our times into a dream-pop smash, then you haven’t yet listened to Lana Del Rey’s latest. In “The Greatest,” Del Rey waxes philosophical on everything from California forrest fires to Kanye West’s mental health. It is, appropriately, simultaneously...

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19 Questions with StickyBaby Designer Amanda Litzinger 

From her see-thru bucket bags and neon green bucket hats to her glittery decals screaming from the backs of bomber jackets, you can’t help but notice StickyBaby. The NYC-based fashion label, run by 27-year-old Amanda Litzinger, whips up the sort of downtown DIY cool that can’t be replicated. A...

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Make Believe Playlist Vol. 8: NYFW SS20

“For this playlist, my inspiration was the prodigal club-kids returning home from their summers away,” explains Jack Mulqueen, one half of the team behind Make Believe, a lounge and social club at SIXTY LES. “There’s that instant injection of life that the city is lacking during the dog days...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in September

For this month’s edition of Art Beat, SIXTY has selected shows in New York and Los Angeles that veer from landscape design to art made with Snapchat videos. There’s “boring art,” iridescence, and even a mystery show. Herewith, your guide to the best art shows happening this September. NEW...

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What To Do This Month In New York City And L.A.

Though the summer season doesn’t technically end until September 23, Labor Day Weekend marks the effective beginning of autumn. Kids are in school, workers get back to business, the leaves begin to turn. And while it is hard to say goodbye to warmer weather and all that entails, fall,...

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Interior Matters with L.A.’s ETC.etera

The word “etcetera” brings to mind extras and additions, occasionally frivolous but ultimately vital. The whole, after all, is only the sum of its parts. Los Angeles interior design firm ETC.etera lives up to the promise of its name. Founded by interior designer Sally Breer and stylist/creative director Jake...

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The So-Called Richard Avedon of Cat Photography

Long before they became the intensely enjoyable fodder of internet memes, cats were the subject of choice for Walter Chandoha. A press and combat photographer during WWII, Chandoha stumbled into feline photography while enrolled at NYU during the mid-1940s. His first subject was Loco, a stray cat that would...

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Where to Eat on L.A.’s Westside

Los Angeles, once most famous for Hot Dog on a Stick and hemp milk, has come a long, long way from its less-than-culinary roots. Today, the city is awash with elevated options that would make even the snobbiest East Coast foodie admit defeat. Because L.A.’s proverbial cup runneth over, we’re...

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