J.Crew menswear designer Frank Muytjens presents their Fall/Winter 2013 collection that highlights the best trends in menswear inspired by the 60’s era portrait of David Bailey, a day-trip to Oxford and Welsh countryside. The latest collection filled with both staples and statement pieces that’s ready-made to enhance any guy’s closet. In the latest collection looked to the English countryside for his lineup of tweeds, herringbone,black watch fabrics and even a hint of the brand’s signature, iconic feel with tweed wool, fair isle patterns which offered a pop of color and athletic influences — beaten-up one-off sweatpants and formfitting sweatshirts.
The Wythe Hotel overlooks the Williamsburg waterfront in Brooklyn, New York after a $32. This historic hotel has 72 hotel rooms outfitted with locally-made furniture, custom wallpaper from Flavor Paper, 13-feet high exposed ceilings with fantastic views of the skyline, and exposed brick. Rooms without views of Manhattan look out onto artwork commission by the hotel, painted on the neighboring building. Restaurant on-site Reynards by restaurateur Andrew Tarlow of Marlow & Sons and Diner fame. “It’s a grown-up version of what’s happening in Brooklyn,” says Tarlow of the Wythe. the restaurant will focus on seasonal cuisine and “whole-animal, wood-fired cooking.” There are two large dining areas and outdoor seating, which connects to an outdoor terrace outside a private events room
Yotel New York located on 42nd Street and Tenth Avenue, where visitors check in at computerised kiosks while their luggage is stored or retrieved by a giant robotic arm – Yobot , a 15 foot automated luggage handler. Opened in June 2011,the hotel is based on the concept of Japanese ‘capsule’ hotels with 669 rooms bills itself as offering affordable luxury, uses a robot to manage luggage storage.