By Andrea Cheng
Updated Sep 13, 2015 @ 6:45 pm
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Wearing pajamas in public is, by no means, a new trend. But for spring/summer 2016, NYFW designers are taking the concept to a whole new level. Public School, a brand that has made its name for its sporty high-fashion take on streetwear, found a more laidback aesthetic with fluid silky blouses and pants with contrast piping that billowed with each step.

One shirt, in particular, was perhaps the raciest pajama-inspired shirt we've ever seen—with a bird motif embroidered onto a fine sheer organza material (pictured below). But as relaxed as the silhouettes were, there was an element of refinement that was new for designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osbourne. Case in point: the addition of upscale embellishment by way of feather accents.

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Others also brought bedroom behavior onto the runway. Adam Selman topped off his spring designs with oversize pajama shirts that served as a subtle sartorial nod to clothing typically reserved for in between the sheets. Thakoon's delivery, on the other hand, was a touch more blatant. He sent out powder blue pj-inspired pieces trimmed with red in modern silhouettes, like a navel-plunging top, culottes, and button-front minis.

At this rate, NYFW is rapidly becoming one big pajama party.

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