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The Best Places in NYC for a Cozy Winter Brunch

There are few relationships as polarizing as the ones New Yorkers have with brunch. On the one hand, there are delicious, Instagrammable feasts to be had. On the other, wait times longer than a Lord of the Rings movie. Is avocado toast and a hot flat white worth two...

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Designer Lola Abbey of Dadybones Is One of a Kind

To meet Dadybones is to love Dadybones. Or, rather, to meet Lola Abbey is to love, well, you get it. The L.A.-based designer is inextricably tied to her brand, and the things she makes are true extensions of herself. Abbey is playful, excitable, and jubilant. Dadybones follows suit. When...

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SIXTY Listens: FKA Twigs “Sad Day”

FKA twigs‘s latest album, MAGDALENE, dropped last Friday and it’s already making those “Best of the Year” lists. “Sad Day” is its fourth single, and it is a gem among gems. It, along with other tracks, was written in the aftermath of a well-publicized breakup with actor Robert Pattison....

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Harry Nuriev Is Shaping the Future of Design

A peculiar dichotomy exists in the work of designer Harry Nuriev. His is a war between shameless opulence and strident restraint. As the founder of Crosby Studios, Nuriev excels in the creation of interiors that seem almost at odds with themselves: the brass of a modern sofa screams from...

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6 Unbeatable NYC Doughnut Shops

While there might technically be no bad time for a doughnut, there are certainly more optimal moments. Namely: the colder months. Yes, beach season has officially released its grips on our dietary restrictions. From now until May, we are free to indulge in all sorts of decadent sweets in the...

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SIXTY Sees: EDEN “Projector”

Well if this isn’t the prettiest thing we’ve come across in a long, long time. For the video for EDEN’s “Projector,” directors Zhang and Knight created a dreamy set in sunset-y hues. The light pouring through geometric shapes—which smartly convey the theme presented in the song’s title—brings to mind...

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What To Do This Month In New York City And Los Angeles

November marks the beginning of the holiday marathon that will take us to the end of the year. While the end of the month will inevitably be spent cross-country traveling and carving the turkey with relatives, you’ve got plenty of time to pack your calendar with events that do...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in November

Anyone who’s embarked on a gallery crawl in the last month knows we’re still in the post-Labor Day afterglow otherwise known as—if you’ll allow us to invent a helpful phrase—”art season prime time.” It’s a good time to be out and about, friends. Go get inspired. For this month’s edition...

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In the Studio with Leah Ring of Another Human

A lot of words come to mind when appraising the work of Leah Ring. “Joyful” is one of them. “Electric” is another. The pieces the L.A.-based designer creates within her studio, Another Human, are ecstatic takes on the utilitarian. Here, a piece of furniture—a chair, a lamp, a coffee...

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Lloyd Ziff’s ‘DESIRE’ Is the Coffee Table Book You Need

There are few duos that seem to embody the spirit of Lower Manhattan during the 1960s than Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe. As wondrous in their beauty as in their talent, the two icons were voices of their generation, communicating the grit and tension of their time in words...

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