by Stephen Garner

Photos by Christie Tyler for Frame

American fashion brand Frame has teamed up with New York City institution The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel, on a second limited-edition capsule collection. Stemming from the success of the first capsule earlier this year, the duo are expanding, adding more styles and colorways to the widely-loved collection.

Inspired by 1970’s New York City, this capsule captures the decade’s transcendent attitude: polished and sophisticated yet casual and cool. Its effortlessly chic loungewear includes hoodies, joggers, sweatpants, tees, baseball hats, and more, embroidered with the hotel’s iconic crest, offering the perfect sporty element and fresh feel to any off-duty wardrobe.

“The idea for this collaboration was born in the early days of the pandemic when we couldn’t visit our favorite places, like The Carlyle, yet wanted to bring that experience to our Frame customers,” said Erik Torstensson, co-founder and creative director of Frame. “We’ve always emphasized classic, timeless style, which is exactly what The Carlyle embodies — and after receiving an overwhelmingly positive response from the first capsule, we knew we had to bring it back.”

“We are thrilled to be continuing our partnership with Frame,” added Anthony McHale, managing director of The Carlyle. “The first collection was so well received by our loyal guests, and we look forward to offering this new, expanded line that continues to celebrate The Carlyle as well as our beloved Bemelmans Bar.”

The collection is available to shop on, with prices starting at $98.