Words by

Amber De Luca - Tao

Lisa Gorman has team up with five Australian designers in a collaboration that has us sooo ready for bed. Each created a unique piece of art based on their idea of dreams, that was then printed onto Gorman linen for you rest your pretty head.

Although creating for creativity’s sake is good enough for us, the campaign gets even better.

In true Gorman style, the campaign ensures the end product does more than just look good and minimises harm to the environment.

Twenty-five per cent of the sale of each pillowcase will be donated to Save The Children, Australia’s largest aid and development agency dedicated to helping children.

Each pillow design is colourful and quirky, with bold prints and fun shapes. One of the pillows even looks like a delicious fruit platter.

Guilt-free sleep indeed.


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