Two very different but iconic New York districts, Midtown and Downtown, provide the settings for our fall fashion feature, a street-view look at the season’s most alluring styles. From sharp and tailored tweeds to free-form knits and flowing silk gowns, the latest fashions feel perfectly at home at and around Four Seasons Hotel New York and the new Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown.

Downtown: Fine finishings
Architect Robert A.M. Stern and interior designer Yabu Pushelberg infused thoughtful luxury into every detail of the design of Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown.

Midtown: A grand entrance
Adjacent to the lobby at Four Seasons Hotel New York, you’ll find The Garden restaurant and the stylish, soaring TY Bar, legendary for its après-work scene. Enjoy bespoke cocktails, classic apertifs of the 1920s and ’30s, or a custom-barrel bourbon made exclusively by Hudson Bourbon for TY Bar.

Midtown: The penthouse view
Besides a 4,300-square-foot interior, guests of the Ty Warner Penthouse Suite at Four Seasons New York enjoy a 360-degree view from four cantilevered glass balconies—at 52 storeys, they’re the highest in the world.

Downtown: On Staple Street, Tribeca
With its bustling arts scene and fashionable shopping, Tribeca has become one of downtown Manhattan’s most desirable neighbourhoods.

Downtown: Urban oasis
The 75-foot indoor lap pool at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown is bathed in natural light.

Midtown: Art Deco design
Designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, event space FIFTY7 gives an Art Deco nod to I.M. Pei’s vision for Four Seasons Hotel New York. Just steps above the lobby, the architecture features 21-foot (6.4-metre) ceilings and soaring windows.

Photographer: Bettina Lewin

Photography Assistants: Christopher Morel, Shinobu Mochizuki & Paul Fittipaldi

Stylist: Bobette Cohn

Stylist Assistants: Marisa Ellison & Karol Ennis

Hair: Thomas McKiver

Makeup: Leanne Hirsh

Model: Selena for Ford Models

Producer: Jessaca Griffin

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