If you’re one who is likely to obsess over the ultra-chic décor of a beautiful fashion boutique just as much as you do the clothes, then this will be good news for you: You can now immerse yourself in the same fashionable aesthetics by booking yourself into a hotel suite that’s been lovingly designed and curated by a fashion designer.

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Photo: Claridge’s Hotel

Filled with vibrant textures, colours and graphic prints, The Grand Piano Suite at Claridge’s Hotel in London represents everything that Diane von Furstenberg is about. Its name refers to the instrument that von Furstenberg had wanted in the room but easily references the monochrome patterns on everything from its curtains to carpets too.

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Photo: St. Regis New York

At the St. Regis New York, the Dior suite recalls a French atelier (in the brand’s signature dove grey, of course), plush and perfect with baroque furnishing in muted tones, velvet and pin-hole surfaces, and white walls detailed with Bil Donovan illustrations of vintage Dior designs.

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Photo: Hotel du Petit Moulin

Christian Lacroix, on the other hand, has transposed his palette and prints for the runway onto the walls and upholstery of the Hotel de Petit Moulin, transforming the 17th-century building into a true house of interior couture.

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Photo: Armani Hotel Milano

Those searching for a holistic experience (that spans suites, amenities and even the in-room dining menu) can turn to the Palazzo Versace in Queensland, Australia; Armani Hotel in Milan, Italy; and Kuwait’s Symphony Style Hotel—all of whom have gotten serious stiletto traffic for all the stylish details that distinguish each luxury maison.

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Photo: Instagram/@metropolemonaco

And lastly, if it’s a dip and dinner you’re after, the Odyssey by Karl Lagerfeld welcomes you into a serene space in Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo, where you can dive into the pool, strut along a fresco-style installation made up of 15 glass panels portraying Ulysses’ journey, and dine at Joël Robuchon’s third restaurant within the luxury property.

By Dana Koh