Hotel Olympia is not a hotel, at least not in this world. In a land of dreams, the Hotel Olympia appears as a cute pink doll’s house. It’s Alice in Wonderland meets Eloise at the Plaza, meets the sexy pin-ups of the 1950s. It’s a place where your inner child sneaks around exploring every corner and where your current self sneaks into a room to get up to no good. If the walls could talk, they would have a lot to say.
After years of collecting bits and pieces from my favorite hotels around the world, I wanted to create my own version of these precious souvenirs. Who hasn’t stashed a hotel towel or ashtray in their suitcase before check-out...?
Hotel Olympia captures the experience of this imaginary place through a collection of luxurious home goods, accessories, and a few pieces of clothing for the bedroom or the town...
The collection is colorful, cozy, and witty, covered in intricate embroideries, beautifully crafted by artisans around the world.
The doll’s house logo was created by my friend, Aurel Schmidt, fabulous artist, New Yorker and troublemaker. Every season (“high season” and “low season”) artists “hotel guests”, will be invited to design their own interpretation of the hotel logo. This collection features a photo-real series of “Room Service” graphics I physically cooked up in my kitchen, as well as some playful spins on classic hotel iconography.