Bedroom Behavior: #NYFW Designers Give Us a Reason to Wear Pajamas In Public
Matching pajama sets, little lace camis, pretty satin chemises—all the sartorial pieces typically reserved for the boudoir and in between the sheets are about to see the light of day for fall/winter 2015. In between cozy knits, cuddle-worthy coats, and nightwear elements, designers have effectively captured all of our hibernation tendencies during winter (especially this one) with one collection. Pajama dressing may not be a novel concept, but this time around, the trend has been reimagined with modern silhouettes, luxe touches, and new layers.
Designer Derek Lam made pajamas publicly acceptable when he sent out a navy silk georgette set featuring wide crop trousers and trimmed with crisp white piping. The look was styled with a glamorous peacoat and patent boots (above, left). Design duo Marcus Wainwright and David Neville of Rag & Bone took dipped into '90s nostalgia for inspiration, layering sexy lace slips over knits and tailored trousers. The duo topped the ensembles off with heavy-duty parkas (center). And Michael Kors took pajama dressing to the next level with cozy-chic printed coordinates, giving them a luxurious feel with belted fur stoles (right).
In lieu of traditional silhouettes, Diane von Furstenberg designed a fluid one-piece with all the characteristics of sleepwear, like sweet lace finishes and silky smooth fabrics (above, left). And, finally, the Mulleavy sisters of Rodarte rounded out their bombshell aesthetic with camis decorated with sheer lace and rainbow sequins (right)--- the pieces won't only rule the bedroom, but the streets too.