The 1920’s Boudoir Glamour is making a big comeback on the catwalk where liquid silk sleepwear such as nightdresses, rompers, camisoles, shirts and kimonos are being donned outside of the bedroom. Pyjama dressing had a brief moment in the fashion world, but if you’ve been keeping up with Fashion Week across the globe, you’ll know that it’s predicted to return in a huge way next year. Prabal Gurung’s Spring 2017 show was the most glorious show that demonstrated the night-to-day look to be sophisticated, sensual, luxurious with a powerful femininity.[columns_row width=”third”] [column] [/column] [column][/column] [column][/column] [/columns_row]
Number one fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni has been donning nightwear during fashion week.
Perfect for those who value comfort, you can live in the opulence of luxury silks around the clock. Newly launched Esalare brings London heritage brands such as Derek Rose to the forefront, making nightwear worn by royalty and film stars since the 1920’s accessible to women in New Zealand.
Esalare (es-uh-la-ray) means ‘exhale’ in Italian, encouraging people living in this highly fleeting digital age to take a moment to breathe, relax and appreciate the finer things in life. A hedonistic approach to living is exactly what a lot of us need. Stocking a range of brands to cater for every person’s P.J. predilection and price points, Esalare brings you Hesper Fox, Derek Rose, Araks, Asceno, Gold Hawk, Papinelle and Surmanti.
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