Sleeping on public transportation is a common yet uncomfortable experience, prompting London-based product designer Jisue Park to create 'Happy Napping' -- a collaborative product line of nap-friendly clothing.
The collection consists of both apparel and accessories that were crafted to celebrate the art of napping in public. The line includes a sweatshirt with a small doughnut shape on the breast to enable your partner to sleep on your chest, an inflatable scarf that protects your neck from soreness, and a pillow hat that can transform a bus window into a restful oasis. All items are dual-purpose and discreet, meaning they can be worn as everyday outfits.
The fun product line caters to the needs of a generation of city-dwellers whose long work hours require the discovery of creative napping spots.
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