These Pajamas Don't Miss the Mark

These Pajamas Don't Miss the Mark
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The most luxurious of the Upper Eastside hotels has already mastered the art of hospitality - and these days, it is indeed an art. But there's always room for improvement. What does a hotel that never misses the mark do when they already excel at every facet of hotelery? Create a luxe line of pajamas, of course.

Let's get into the specifics of this super-luxe line of drowsy clothes. First, they were designed in Paris. Had this been the 1920s, with the same obsession the Americas had with Gabrielle Chanel, a line of pajamas with French pedigree would still be all the rage.

Navy cotton and orange piping make up the scheme of the line that captures the luxury of Hermes with Americana sensibility. But French aesthetic is no stranger to the Mark with French designer Jacques Grange, Michelin Three-Star Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai, and perfumer Frédéric Malle leading the way, creatively.

If you really want to know what I think of The Mark, check out my last story about them here.

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