Vivienne Westwood, the doyenne of British punk fashion, has partnered with the London West Hollywood to create what’s being called the largest hotel suite in Los Angeles.
The London’s 11,000-square-foot penthouse, scheduled for completion May 18, includes a full kitchen, marble bathrooms and exclusive access to the 5,000-square-foot rooftop terrace that can accommodate 300 guests.
The tab will be $25,000 a night.
Although Westwood is known for such fashion signatures as razor blades, safety pins and outrageous riffs on historical costumes, the two-bedroom suite reflects a cool, modern air with sleek white lounges, mirror-backed bookcases and pale blue and teal tones.
The collaboration with Richmond design incorporates her iconic squiggle, Union Jack and tartan patterns into custom-woven rugs, pillows and tapestries.
Scarves selected from 30 years of seminal Westwood collections and campaigns are framed and displayed throughout the 6,000-square-foot suite.
Created with an eye toward entertaining and the entertainment industry, the suite also offers occupants exclusive perks such as a one-hour private shopping session at the Vivienne Westwood store in West Hollywood, a discount on purchases and his and her giftbags upon check-in.
Three new Metropolitan guest suites also are slated to open on the hotel’s second floor, completing the London’s $25-million renovation that also included a 110-seat screening room, junket suites and a gym -- all the necessities of life in L.A.
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