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Hotels for the Fashionista
  • Maison Moschino Hotel, Milan

    Maison Moschino Hotel, Milan

  • Tcherassi Hotel

    Tcherassi Hotel, Cartagena

  • Armani Hotel, Dubai

    Armani Hotel, Dubai

  • Uxua Casa Hotel

    Uxua Casa Hotel, Trancoso

  • Le Bellechasse Hotel, Paris

    Le Bellechasse, Paris

  • Schlosshotel im Grunwald

    Schlosshotel im Grunwald, Berlin

  • Hotel Missoni

    Hotel Missoni, Edinburgh

  • Palazzo Versace

    Palazzo Versace, Queensland

  • Casa Camper, Barcelona

    Casa Camper, Barcelona

  • Round Hill Hotel & Villas

    Round Hill Hotel & Villas, Jamaica

  • Portrait Suites

    Portrait Suites, Rome

October, 2012

Admit it, you eagerly await the next issue of Vogue, Fashion TV has been known to play in the background at your parties, and the changing seasons are all about the shows. For those who can’t wait for the latest designs to come to them, these designer-led hotels put fashion at the forefront.

1.

Maison Moschino Hotel
Milan, Italy — Beloved by the fashion industry, the surrealist interiors of this formerly abandoned 19th-century rail station range from stark all-white rooms to a deep red bed fashioned from a dress. Every room is quirky and inspired, ensuring any aspiring designer a creative platform if ever there was one.
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2.

Tcherassi Hotel
Cartagena, Colombia — The house’s old colonial bones are quintessentially Cartegena, but it’s the work of Tcherassi’s owner, fashion designer Silvia Tcherassi, that sets it apart. Rough stone walls and exposed brick surround fabrics and finishes that are unapologetically luxe.
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3.

Armani Hotel, Dubai
Dubai, United Arab Emirates — Few places are as fond of their name-brand luxury as Dubai, and an Armani hotel in the towering Burj Khalifa certainly fits the bill. All the better since Giorgio himself oversaw the project, outfitting the accommodations in his signature palette of slate grays.
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4.

Uxua Casa Hotel
Trancoso, Brazil — Built by Diesel creative director Wilbert Das in surprisingly traditional Bahian style, the nine tucked-away villas at Uxua Casa were made largely by local craftspeople from organic and recycled materials.
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5.

Le Bellechasse
Paris, France — With a touch of bohemian spirit reflecting its Left Bank address, Christian Lacroix’s second Parisian hotel has created an unexpectedly cohesive look out of extravagant materials, bold colors, quirky details and statements aplenty.
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6.

Schlosshotel im Grunwald
Berlin, Germany — From the outside, the Karl Lagerfeld–designed Schlosshotel looks like its neighborhood’s many stately mansions, but the interiors are sleekly lined, as trussed in blacks and grays as the designer himself.
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7.

Hotel Missoni Edinburgh
Edinburgh, Scotland — Inside this daring modern structure by Milanese architect Matteo Thun is a hotel draped in Missoni fabrics. From the curtains to the bedspreads, the namesake’s signature mosaic-like prints are practically everywhere.
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8.

Palazzo Versace
Queensland, Australia — A monument to Milan-via-Miami haute decadence on Queensland’s Gold Coast, this palazzo turns its guest rooms to live-in showrooms with everything from the beds and the sofas to the toiletries and glassware coming from the Versace home collection.
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9.

Casa Camper, Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain — Set in Barcelona’s arty El Raval district, Casa Camper stays true to the unpretentious, pared-down style of the brand’s approachable footwear. To keep things sociable, there’s a sitting room with a hammock and balcony across from each bedroom, and some of the city’s best shopping is a short Camper-soled walk away.
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10.

Round Hill Hotel & Villas
Montego Bay, Jamaica — Ralph Lauren reinvigorated the thirty-six hotel rooms at Round Hill by adding the fresh, clean-cut look that’s long been his signature. Expect mahogany four-poster beds, white stone floors and his favored palette of blue and white.
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11.

Portrait Suites
Rome, Italy — The Ferragamo family has something of an empire of hotels in Italy, especially in Florence, but it’s the tucked-away Rome property, with its intimate lounge, framed drawings of original designs, and private rooftop, that most deeply immerses guests in the Ferragamo style.
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