What This Hotelier Wore

New Zealand-born Sean MacPherson, 47, proprietor of the Bowery, Jane and Maritime hotels and an owner of the Waverly Inn restaurant, is revamping the Crow’s Nest Inn in Montauk, New York. MacPherson features — with “a practiced nonchalance” — in The New York Times’ ‘What I Wore’ column, in which he explains his attire for the week. “Since I spend all day every Wednesday at my two current hotel construction sites, my garb tended to be more protective (from paint, cement and the like) than fashionable. I wore Levi’s 501’s, a navy Band of Outsiders button-down shirt and, in a nod to my youth, well-worn white Doc Martens boots.”


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