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Ten of the best: Fashion hotels
  • Not a conventional fashion hotel, but striking just the same - Pantone is the design industry's colour bible. To consolidate its position, Pantone have made the obvious move into décor, branding this contemporary boutique hotel in its signature blocks of colour. Guests can also use Pantone yellow bikes, drink from Pantone orange mugs and choose the Pantone colour of their room based on their mood – from Fiery to Eager, Tranquil to Earthy.
  • It doesn't take a huge leap of the imagination to see that the Queen of wedding dresses would be just as successful turning her attention to honeymoons. The Vera Wang suite at the Halekulani resort in Hawaii bears all of her signature hallmarks – the classic understatement, ivory tones, luxurious fabrics and timeless elegance. The suite is completely furnished with Wang's line of home accessories and linens, and comes with a spectacular view of Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head, from every room.
  • Live the Missoni lifestyle in the refinement of this slick Edinburgh hotel, with its contemporary black and white interior contrasted with pops of colour and Missoni's signature zig zags and stripes.
  • Versace somewhat spearheaded fashion's move into the hospitality business with its homage to gilded opulence at the Palazzo. A Versace-lover's paradise, the label's golden Medusa motif touches everything from the upholstery to the dinner plates, dressing gowns and cushion covers.
  • Found in the world's tallest building no less, Armani's Dubai hotel is the embodiment of the brand's classic-luxe style. The curved walls of the tower are clad in Florentine leather, the bathroom floors are Brazilian bamboo marble and all the high-spec furnishings are courtesy of the Armani Casa range. A true sanctuary for sophisticates.
  • Baring all the hallmarks of a loud and proud Philip Tracey hat, the G Hotel is awash with vibrant colour and outlandish style; just check into the Pink Saloon for a quick drink to see what we mean. Flamboyant, daring and lots of fun.
  • The Indonesian pace of life meets high Italian style at Bulgari's Bali resort, where 59 private villas overlook the Indian Ocean from a stunning cliff top edge. The Bulgari touch is everywhere - from the restrained decadence of the carved mahogany door frames to the volcano rock walls. Classic, tranquil and the perfect oasis for honeymooners.
  • Off-kilter and idiosyncratic, the delightful Petit Moulin in the heart of Le Marais district is bursting with Lacroix character and colour. The former boulengerie retains much of its previous features, including the 1900s shop front, but behind the scenes its got plenty of exotic Lacroix flourishes. Each of the rooms are colourfully designed to reflect a different aspect of Le Maris' history and character.
  • For someone so adept at creating beautiful prints and patterns, interior design seems an obvious move for von Furstenberg – America's real First Lady of fashion. A meeting of minds then, for Claridge's and Diane von Furstenberg when the pair teamed up in June 2010 to create a bespoke series of guestrooms (and a piano bar) realised in von Furstenberg's distinctive style. Classic, just like Claridge's, but with a bold dash of colour and surprising pattern just when you least expect it.