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Beyond offering affordable comfort and style, Ace Hotels distinguish themselves by integrating into the culture of their home city. Our recent visit to the Ace NYC proved no different—the property embraces a deep history of art, music and design that speaks to New York originality. The Ace perspective on NYC style even shows up in their staff uniforms, compiled from iconic New York staples and thoughtful designer collaborations.

Standard issue footwear is either drab green monochrome Chucks created by Converse exclusively for the Ace or classic black Doc Marten's embossed with a skeleton key. The jeans are by Levi's and Newark-based L. Gambert created custom fitted shirts, handcrafted from patterning to production and overseen by second and third generation family artisans. L. Gambert also created the housekeeping uniform, a utilitarian shirt-dress. The vintage Glen-check Coto tie and blackened silver Surface 2 Air tie chain complete the look.

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Once the weather turns cold, doormen will wear a simple Spiewak pea coat and Uniqlo cardigan juxtaposing classic and contemporary from Spiewak's WWII roots and Uniqlo's clean lines.

Check Ace NYC for details on reservations. And stay tuned for the Fall openings of Stumptown Coffee, Breslin, a new restaurant from April Bloomfield and the Spotted Pig crew and a store with the Project No. 8 team behind it.

All photographs courtesy of John Mark Sorum.

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