7 Luxury Hotels with Fashion Collabs We Love
Luxury hotels worldwide are partnering with coveted fashion lines to produce exclusive products for guests, from silk scarves by legendary fashion house Emilio Pucci to stylish Panama Hats designed by New York cool girl Gigi Burris. JS tastemaker Michaela Trimble checks in.
The Beverly Hills Hotel x Koio Sneakers
You can now add one of the world’s most iconic wallpapers to your wardrobe thanks to a collaboration launched by The Beverly Hills Hotel and luxury leather sneaker brand, Koio. The original banana leaf design – developed by decorator Don Loper and featured in the property’s Polo Lounge – is available on three styles of sneakers: the high-top Primo, low-top Gavia, and Capri. Each pair is handmade in the Marche region of Italy and features Italian leather, hand-painted edges, and interchangeable pink, white, and green laces.
Hotel Savoy x Emilio Pucci
Hotel Savoy tapped fashion house Emilio Pucci (the eponymous line launched by Florence’s most famous late designer) to create the property’s exclusive line of silk scarves. Available for purchase in bright fuchsia and turquoise, the scarves depict images of both the Hotel Savoy and the iconic Piazza Della Repubblica and are encased in glass tabletops at the outdoor terrace of Irene Firenze, the property’s Tuscan restaurant.
W Panama x Gigi Burris
Designer Gigi Burris created a trio of naturally-woven, hand-blocked Panama hats for W Panama City, a 50-floor property that opened in March in the city’s bustling business district. From a flat-brimmed fedora trimmed in pink papaya cotton grosgrain to a straw-based design decked in a vibrant fabric sourced from Panama’s Emberá Quera tribe, the hats are perfect for strolls along the elegant facades of Casco Viejo or sunrise cruises through the waterways of the lush Panamanian rainforest.
Bequia Beach Hotel x Beach Bums Tunics & Swimsuits
During a stay on one of the most secluded Caribbean islands in the Grenadines, shop Bequia Beach Hotel’s own line of Beach Bums tunics and swimwear. The tunics offer transparent, breathable coverage, perfect to wear during walks along Crescent beach, and the reversible bikini, decorated in tropical prints and signature baby blue stripes, are equipped with adjustable straps and built-in UV protection. Bonus: the hotel donates 5% of each purchase to local causes and nonprofits.
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Palácio Tangará x Catarina Mina
Shop an exclusive line of carnauba straw bags by Brazilian brand Catarina Mina at Palácio Tangará, a retreat set within the tropical gardens of Sao Paolo’s Burle-Marx Park. A group of 20 female artisans in the Aracatiaçu district crochet each tote by hand, using centuries-old weaving techniques to turn satin yarn into vibrant red and blue pieces featuring detachable tassels and onyx handles.
Hotel Theodore x Freeman
At Hotel Theodore in Seattle, guests are provided with rain jackets by the city's homegrown outdoor apparel line Freeman. They can wear them throughout the city during their stay and take them home for $325. Swing by the Freeman store in Capitol Hill to chat with the owners Scott and Brittany Freeman.
Casa de Uco x Siesta Argentina
Barbara Rufini launched Siesta Argentina in partnership with the Tonconogy family, the founders of Casa de Uco, a state-of-the-art winery and hotel located in the heart of Mendoza. It’s within the Andes Mountains in Argentina’s most formidable wine region where Rufini found inspiration to merge the colors and textures of traditional Andean design with the unique beauty and quality of Argentina’s natural materials. The result? An authentic line of ponchos and rucksacks made with hand-dyed canvas and natural cotton leather. Don't miss a trip with Naya Traveler to gain exclusive access to Rufini’s atelier where you can make your own version of her designs.
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