A pair of new PJs and a set of fresh sheets is one of life's simple pleasures.
To help you share in our love for all things cosy, we've compiled a list of some of our favourite (and lesser known) sleep and bedding brands.
Inspired by the sun and surf, Talia Golden launched her interior design business in 2013. Since then, Kesem Boy has ventured into textiles, producing bold and unique designs that embody a passion for colour play and mixed textures. The range of bedding is designed in Sydney and manufactured in Portugal, proudly made from 100 per cent cotton. Each piece is reminiscent of a coastal lifestyle, luxuriously constructed from the highest quality fabrics. Kesem Boy believes in good karma, encouraging shoppers to support local business and the Australian design community.
Environmentally-friendly bedding and sleepwear is the short way to describe Miss Molly. But there's a little more to know than that. The brand uses French flax linen across its designs, a completely natural and renewable resource that’s 100 per cent biodegradable and recyclable. It’s also lightweight, making it ideal for the Australian climate. Drawing influences from Scandinavia and Japan, Miss Molly’s offering is minimal, with a focus on fabric. Online you’ll find a selection of sheets, duvet covers, bath towels, kimonos and pyjamas, all waiting to come home with you.
Masini & Chern
Masini & Chern understands there are times when you need to dress up for bed. Its pieces are created with these situations in mind, like breakfast with house guests and lazy holiday mornings. A little nicer than your old trackies and oversized tee, both men and women can pick up a luxurious pyjama set, robe or sleep mask. There’s also the option of custom embroidery, with up to eight characters. With contemporary designs that blur the line between sleepwear and daywear, Masini & Chern closes the gap between comfort and style.
Basics aren’t boring. If anything, they’re the epitome of comfort. Jagger Sleepwear thinks so, too. The brand delivers a range of minimal pyjamas, made in Sydney from sustainable fabric. Living by the ethos that what you wear is an investment, the brand offers well-made, ethically-manufactured pieces that go the distance. Jagger’s fabric is organically grown in India before being sent to Sydney where it’s woven and dyed with non-synthetic dyes. The brand’s current offering spans sleep shorts, tees and tanks for women, in a simple and practical palette of white and black.
This feature was originally published in Fashion Journal 168. You can read it here.