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Fall sees collaboration releases aplenty (we're gearing up for Moschino x H&M and Alexander Wang x Uniqlo out soon). But one new fall collaboration combines travel with fashion.
Destination Hotels, a family of luxury hotels across the country (including Cliff House Maine) and menswear favorite, The Tie Bar recently unveiled their new partnership creating destination-inspired menswear accessories.
The two upscale brands created capsule collections for six Destination Hotels, featuring ties, bow-ties, pocket squares, socks, and flower lapels available for purchase at the hotels themselves (coming in useful for hotel weddings and holiday parties). Each of the six collections are only available at the specific hotel destination they were inspired by.
The collections are kept exclusive to the destination as to "serve as mementos of a significant and special time and place," said Jamie Sabatier, CEO of Destination Hotels' parent company Two Roads Hospitality.
Scroll through their designs and destinations below.
"Manor Vail Lodge, at the base of Colorado’s Vail Mountain, has a crisp and classic palette of navy, white and yellow, in addition to a wood inlay for the tie bar."
"At San Diego’s L’Auberge del Mar, the colors of Southern California sunsets are reflected through light blue, lavender, and pinks."
"The Carolina Inn, a historic property located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, will offer guests a colorful array of pastel accessories."
"Nestled on the shores of Lake Washington in Kirkland, WA, the Woodmark Hotel & Still Spa brings a strong sense of the outdoors into its selection of hunter green, navy and light champagne items."
"Cliff House Maine’s collection features a traditional New England aesthetic, with patterns of stripes, dots, and anchors. "
Rancho Palos Verdes
"Terranea Resort, perched above the Pacific Ocean in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, features items that mimic the waters with their aqua and blues hues."