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SEX+DESIGN MAGAZINE RELEASES 4th PRINT EDITION, “BRAVE NEW WORLD” at STANDARD HOTEL in LA. SUNDAY, MAY 19th with PSYCHEMAGIK!
LOS ANGELES – Well, we all survived the apocalypse! Time for the next shift. And what a better way to celebrate than at a modernized Gatsby-esque rooftop bash? Sex+Design Magazine is taking charge and celebrating the publication of their 4th issue, suitably titled “BRAVE NEW WORLD,” at none other than the dreamy rooftop of the Standard Hotel.
On Sunday May 19th at 9pm, guests will begin to arrive at the luxurious hotel. Alongside the Sex+Design team, some featured artists from BRAVE NEW WORLD who may be in attendance: Polish-born crochet master street artist Olek, Amanda Palmer from the Dresden Dolls, internationally accredited street artist RETNA, Detroit-native/Berlin-based house producer and DJ Seth Troxler, frontman from the Smashing Pumpkins Billy Corgan, and many more.
Plans for such music acts include opener and Sex+Design’s resident music director, Cole, and infamous San Francisco favorite, Jeniluv (of the amazing Making Shapes parties in LA), who will prepare guests for the ultimate headliner—internationally renowned PSYCHEMAGIC from the UK, known for their sexy, psychedelic disco-house music. Party-goers are sure to be lured into another world, whether enjoying themselves on the dancefloor or lounging on the poolside waterbed pods with a cocktail and a friend, gazing out at the stunning panoramic views of the city that surrounds!
The BRAVE NEW WORLD launch party is an experience not to be missed! So come dance the night away and celebrate this new era on Sunday, May 19th, at the Standard Hotel, located on 550 South Flower at Sixth Street in Downtown Los Angeles from 9pm-2am.
Tickets are $15 and available here.
About Sex+Design Magazine:
Sex+Design is a pull-no-punches publication exploring the counter culture of urban life. The magazine highlights the balance between sophisticated living and downtown debauchery. Sex+Design is the vibrant intersection of impulse and articulation set to reflect the lifestyles of cosmopolitan tastemakers in the art, music, fashion, architecture and creative-based communities.
Written by Dana Andrews