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SIXTY Listens: Disclosure “Moonlight”

As we sit in the afterglow of the New York Fashion Week whirlwind, there seems no better a song to bring ourselves (slowly, very slowly) back to reality than this smoldering gem from Disclosure. “Moonlight” arrived late last month, one of a handful of singles released by the Lawrence...

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SIXTY Lit: September’s Must-Read Book List

There are few companions quite like a book, especially when on the road. (Aren’t books, really, the ultimate trip? Between their pages, an escape hatch – the mind’s getaway of the highest order.) A hotel of the literary sort, SIXTY makes sure to guide its guests towards tomes of...

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Make Believe’s Ultimate NYFW Playlist

Whether you’re in the industry or not, New York Fashion Week is an unavoidable force felt across Manhattan. In the weeks leading up to it, Spring Street and Lafayette becomes the Shibuya Crossing for the world’s most beautiful swans–young models shipped in for the season from parts much further...

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Where to Eat During New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week is undoubtedly about what happens on the runways, but of equal import are the goings-ons at local restaurants, where editors, buyers, and fashion industry insiders catch up between shows, parties, and presentations. Whether you’re of this particular world or outside of it, these restaurants are the perfect...

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12 Questions with Stylist Liz Uy

Fashion editor and celebrity stylist Liz Uy has become a celebrity in her own right over the last few years. Her recognizable look is a deft mix of outrageous proportions, fearless color, and an undeniable femininity. With over 1.5 million Instagram followers and counting, Uy has established herself as...

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What to Do This Month in L.A., Miami, and NYC

Food, film, fashion, music. Whatever your cultural craving, this month most certainly has you covered. Our resident culture writer Scott Heins has selected some notable events to put on your calendar, from modern cinematic takes on Hans Christian Andersen to Pop Art in an airplane hangar. Herewith, your guide to...

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SIXTY Takes on John Cheever’s “The Swimmer”

In John Cheever’s classic short story “The Swimmer,” his protagonist, Neddy, uses his neighbors’ pools to swim his way home. He strings these man-made bodies of water together–a “river” in the wealthy outer suburbs of New York. Along the way, he drinks (heavily), talks (grandly), and swims (rather cavalierly)....

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in September

September, the transition from summer to fall, is also a time when the cultural calendar starts to rev its engines. Though Miami is still a little spare this time of year, there’s a couple things to check out—and they’re not in places you’d expect to find contemporary art. In...

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A SIXTY Guide to the West Village in NYC

There are few places in New York City–or the world, for that matter–that rival the West Village in charm. Its narrow and winding streets and its stately (though tasteful) townhouses has the ability to transport you to another, much older time. The neighborhood, just north of SIXTY SoHo, has...

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SIXTY Listens: Daniel.T. “Call”

Leave it to the land of endless summer to produce this breezy late-season gem. With September on the horizon, the Los Angles DJ and producer known as Daniel.T. gives us “Call,” a breathy love song with hints of the John Hughes era. For vocals, he tapped Montreal’s Ohara Hale,...

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