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SIXTY Sees: Dream Wife “Hey Heartbreaker”

We absolutely adore the work of London-based illustrator Joey Prytherch (aka Mason London). And so we were very excited when he took the reigns in directing a music video for UK punk band Dream Wife. For “Hey Heartbreaker,” Prytherch created a world that feels somewhere between RoboCop  and your Instagram...

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The Interrogator with Jamie Young

When chef Jamie Young opened Sunday in Brooklyn a little more than one year ago, he inherited a couple things: a beautifully rustic space carved out for the previous tenant, Isa, and the general neighborhood scepticism of a place named after what one might mistakenly imagine constitutes over-the-bridge interloping. While the...

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Our Favorite Date-Night Restaurants

When it comes to perfect date-night restaurants, a few things must be in order. The mood must be right, the lighting the most flattering, and the food excellent. It’s a tall order, but when dining with a paramore, it’s best advised to aim for said height. With Valentine’s Day...

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A Modern Love Playlist by SIXTY Hotels

Yes, it’s a little early, but we’ve got Valentine’s Day on the brain. And we could craft you another playlist loaded with the usual suspects (“Endless Love,” after all, is a great tune when you’re in the mood), but we decided to give the love song playlist a little update....

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8 Ideas for the Most Romantic Week Ever

Date Night Special: As Valentine’s Day can prove to be somewhat daunting–the staple gifts are just too played (lingerie, chocolate, drama)–this week, we suggest an alternative romance primer to make any weeknight as enchanting as it should be. In New York City, get by a fireplace at one of...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See This Month

SIXTY’s resident art writer Rob Goyanes is on the search for the best of what’s going in L.A., Miami, and NYC this month. With winter here, and respective temperatures dipping everywhere, there’s no better way to move through the season than with some high-brow eye candy. Herewith, your guide...

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16 Questions with Matthew Dillon Cohen

Blame it on digital, on filters, on the throwaway nature of today’s image-making machines. Most things, it seems, feel the same, neutered of uniqueness or, even, the desire to be unique at all. But not Matthew Dillon Cohen. The New York City-based director eschews the modern demands for a polished flatness and...

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‘The Everywhere Studio’ at the ICA

When you picture an artist’s studio, you probably imagine a few archetypal images: a messy enclave with paint tubes strewn about, a large loft with a sculpture growing in the center, or maybe a clean cube with a desk, where concepts are born. In the brand-new building that houses...

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The Textures of New York City

If you’ve been here, you’ll recognize it. The globs of old paint on metal, the gum-strewn concrete, the bricks, the bricks, the bricks. Yes, the textures of New York City are unmistakable. It’s a kind of grit and wear unique to this place. Director Ynon Lan captures it all perfectly–from subway...

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What to Do This Week in LA, Miami, and NYC

Everything is huge this year. Big Hollywood scandals, big burgers, big fish. You name it, it’s big. In New York, go see the oeuvre of one of our few contemporary masters of cinema, Paul Thomas Anderson, on the Lower East Side. In Miami, check out what a small fish...

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