Sydney linen label Bed Threads has today launched the delightfully monikered sleepwear line Threads by Bed Threads, an edit of linen slips and robes in colours to match its bedding, so you can camouflage as you snooze.
The French flax slips and robes come in six colours: white, oatmeal, pinstripe, charcoal, rust and olive. The slips are mini-length and comfortably oversized, with a low back and adjustable spaghetti straps. Next year, pyjamas will be added to the line. Like Bed Threads’ other products, they’re set at affordable prices: slips are $80 and robes $100.
Bed Threads was launched by former journalist Genevieve Rosen and her husband Alan Biller in 2017 to give people the chance to buy affordable, ethically sourced, high-quality linen. They added a companion homewares line Bedside Threads in September of this year, which includes Alex and Trahanas ceramics, Taschen art books and star-sign prints.
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“These designs are simple, but took five months to perfect,” Rosen says of this latest collection. “The robes are midi-length, with a belt that goes around the hips instead of the waist, for comfort, which was the main consideration when designing the pieces.”
On top of the new sleepwear, Bed Threads has launched a bunch of new items to its existing collections. Its bedding is now available in ruby and petrol (a grey-green-blue combination). Plus it now sells its duvet covers separately (they were previously only available in bundles with fitted sheets and pillowcases) and also sells super king-sized bedding. There are also sophisticated new additions to its homewares line Bedside Threads, including bold vases from New York-based ceramicist Objet Aimée and new Taschen art books about artists Sandro Botticelli and Leonardo da Vinci.
Threads by Bed Threads is now available.