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12 Extremely Instagrammable Moments From St. Vincent’s ‘New York’ Video

St. Vincent, , recently released the video for her which features the singer making her way through a surreal, kaleidoscopic version of Manhattan. As any Instagram influencer worth her salt can tell you, New York is full of photogenic spots tailor-made for social media — from the quaint interiors of Black Tap and Two Hands to the Bowery’s colorful graffiti walls — but St. Vincent has somehow managed to one-up them all, creating a metropolis full of colorful, symmetrical tableaux that seemed destined to be shared, liked, and re-grammed for all eternity.

How we always imagined Chillhouse after hours:

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Just chillin’ in the studio of some cool millennial media company that recently “pivoted to video.”

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No need to show off your evening at Le Bain or the Dream Hotel when you have your own disco ball.

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Who among us hasn’t literally stuck our head out the window while taking a selfie to test out the light-reflecting properties of Glossier Haloscope?

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Pour one out for FAO Schwarz.

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This bountiful flower display is destined to catapult Annie’s corner bodega from “place where you buy milk” to bona fide influencer-landmark status.

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#IHaveThisThingWithReallyBigWalls.

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Most ‘grammable Pure Barre class ever.

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Astor Place’s public art gets a photogenic upgrade.

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Why go to the MoMA or Dia: Beacon when you can create a James Turrell–esque neon exhibit of your own?

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Much like Cha Cha Matcha or Pietro Nolita, you know anyone who shops at this container store (?) is only in it for the ‘gram.

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So much cooler than that swan pool floatie everyone had in the Hamptons this year.

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12 Instagrammable Moments From St. Vincent’s New York Video