For their Christmas collection, Topshop will be featuring Kate Moss pajamas. Yes, that’s right. The fashion icon and model has designed a line of sleepwear that, presumably, she would wear for a night of slumber.
It’s hard to imagine Moss wearing anything that even resembles PJs to bed and well, she doesn’t. The Topshop Kate Moss pajamas aren’t actually pajamas. Save for two elegant silk sets, the line includes teddies, a see-through romper, kimonos, a bed jacket and a sleep mask, among other equally refined sleep apparel that take inspiration from China and Japan.
Topshop is Set to Carry Kate Moss Pajamas for Christmas
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3. Fashionable Sleep Accessories - The trend of creating stylish sleep accessories, like sleep masks and bed jackets, offers opportunities for startups to disrupt the sleepwear industry by offering creative and unique products that cater to consumers seeking a comfortable and stylish sleep experience.
1. Apparel - The apparel industry can leverage the trend of celebrity-inspired clothing and luxury sleepwear to create new lines of clothing and attract a broader customer base.
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3. Fashion Accessories - The fashion accessories industry can leverage the trend of fashionable sleep accessories to create new and unique products that cater to consumers' comfort and style preferences, especially during a time when self-care practices are increasingly important.