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Fashion Hotels

by Mark Ellwood

Fashion and travel go together like size double-0 dresses and coffee-and-cigarette breakfasts. They need each other. Sure, fashionistas need someplace to lay their coiffed heads once the after-party winds down, but the fashion flock can also put a hotel on the cultural map—Bryant Park Hotel, anyone?—or strip it of its influence like yesterday's Donna Karan collection. No wonder savvy hoteliers from Paris to Milan not only hire designers to redo rooms or entire properties, but lately designers are buying up hotels themselves. So, just in time for New York Fashion Week, we give you a cheat sheet to the couture world's Travel Dos—where to stay, eat, and drink. Our only request? When you show up, please be fabulous.

Published January 2007

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