“Just in time for Appalachia’s riot of fall color, the Bristol Hotel has bowed a block from the Virginia-Tennessee state line. The 65-room property’s namesake twin cities, where country music was first recorded, have never seen the likes of its Frette linens and rooftop bar ringed by mountains for miles. Being a short stroll from L.C. King Manufacturing Co., the oldest, family-owned, cut and sew factory in the U.S. — it celebrated its 105th anniversary this year — denim also figures prominently in the design.” WWD reports.
Denim-up here: https://bit.ly/2PdcD8y