The collection includes swimwear, pajama sets, sweaters, wide-leg slacks, cashmere cardigans, bombers, and blazers.
The third installment of Frame’s partnership with the Ritz Paris Hotel is set to launch on Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles-based design business.
Cofounder and chief creative officer of Frame, ErikTorstensson,n has previously incorporated the Ritz logo into shoes, hoodies, and baseball hats. With bombers, blazers, and wide-leg pants, the collection has transitioned into ready-to-wear for its third edition. In addition, cashmere cardigans and sweaters, pajama sets, swimwear, and other things are adorned with the hotelier’s renowned crest.
Taking a cheeky jab at the “Do Not Disturb” hotel sign, the businesses have designed bombers and sweaters with the phrase “Privacy Please” printed on them.
The 37-piece limited-edition collection, which ranges in price from $98 to $1,498 on frame-shop.com and the concept store at the Ritz Paris, will go on sale on November 29.
When we began our relationship three years ago, it was unusual to take the premium hotel brand and create a collection. We had anticipated it would be a friends’ cult project, but the tremendous commercial success surprised us. A far more refined look at wardrobe essentials in the Frame x Ritz Paris design can be found in Part 3. Every item, from the most abundant slippers to the quilted leather bomber, is sophisticated enough to instantly take you to a suite at Place Vendôme—a reservation is not required,” stated Torstensson.
“This latest capsule collection proves the extraordinary success of our 2021–2022 partnership with Frame. It blends this well-known American brand’s modern, upscale look with the classic elegance of Ritz Paris. ” A sophisticated yet laid-back capsule that will catch the eye of discerning fashion enthusiasts,Ritztz Paris general manager Laurent Herschbach stated.
- Frame’s third drop in collaboration with Ritz Paris, set to release on November 29, features a diverse collection including swimwear, pajama sets, sweaters, wide-leg slacks, cashmere cardigans, bombers, and blazers.
- Cofounder and chief creative officer Erik Torstensson has integrated the Ritz logo into various items, evolving the collection into ready-to-wear for its third edition.
- The 37-piece limited-edition collection, priced between $98 and $1,498, showcases a refined blend of modern, upscale aesthetics from Frame with the classic elegance of the Ritz Paris.
- The collaboration, which began three years ago, has evolved into a highly successful venture, with the latest capsule collection emphasizing a sophisticated yet laid-back style for fashion enthusiasts.