Rosewood Little Dix Bay, Virgin Gorda’s beloved and stunning island escape, invites guests to relax and unwind in style with the launch of their exclusive resort wear collection in partnership with New York apparel brand Frolic + Detour. Today, in keeping with their shared commitment to promoting sustainability and relaxed luxury, the two brands have come together to create a unique keepsake for guests that immerses them in the property’s distinctive laid-back island lifestyle.
Inspired by the beautiful setting and unique spirit of the resort, the new collection features a luxuriously soft terry cloth cabana set consisting of a button-down shirt and shorts, as well as a matching kimono, with each item showcasing the resort’s signature blue and white colorway. The unisex pieces were designed for guests to wear from day to night whether lounging by the pool or the beach, enjoying a meal or cocktail, or exploring the area and surrounding islands. The stylish apparel is the latest amenity for guests of the resort’s top accommodations, including the Two Bedroom Suites and three standalone villas, consisting of Columbus House, Laurance House, and Villa Joy. Those looking to purchase this limited edition and exclusive piece of paradise may also inquire online via Frolic + Detour’s e-commerce platform.
Similar to the atmosphere at Rosewood Little Dix Bay, Frolic + Detour takes inspiration from vintage beach and poolside fashion of the 1950s and 60s. The brand seeks to recapture the timeless style of classic pool robes and terry cloth cabana suits but updated in modern designs and materials that are both chic and sustainable. To do so, Frolic + Detour has developed their own signature terry cloth fabric made from the highest quality most eco-friendly materials available.
The inside of each Frolic + Detour item is a loop terry cloth toweling made from sustainably-sourced natural fibers, and the outside is an uber-soft velour made from post-consumer recycled plastic. In further efforts toward sustainability, the brand takes a slow-fashion approach to production where collections are produced locally in small batches and items are pre-sold before the manufacturing process begins, allowing for reduced waste. In partnership with the non-profit organization 1% for the Planet, Frolic + Detour also donates one percent of gross sales to support ocean cleanups, marine conservation and other environmental initiatives.
For more information on this partnership and to inquire about purchasing this exclusive collection, visit Frolic + Detour online at frolicanddetour.com/blogs/journal/rosewood. For more info on Rosewood Little Dix Bay and to book a stay, please visit rosewoodhotels.com/en/little-dix-bay-virgin-gorda
Credit for this article – Luxury Travel Magazine