Pre-Fall 2013: Hold On To Your PJs

Designers continue to show pajamas, sweats and lingerie-inspired looks in Pre-Fall collections.

L to R: Chanel, Organic by John Patrick, Thakoon Addition, Boy by Band of Outsiders, Sea

This just in from Pre-Fall 2013: pajamas and sweats are still cool. The collections are slowly trickling in, but we can confirm that these homewear staples are here to stay. Chanel, Organic by John Patrick and Sea favored the grunge attitude so eloquently captured by Dries Van Noten in his S/S 13 collection; while Thakoon and Derek Lam leaned towards luxe printed pajama silks in their respective diffusion lines.

L to R: Thakoon Addition, Bottega Veneta, Chanel, Missoni, 10 Crosby by Derek Lam

Chanel and Missoni also showcased romantic lingerie-delicate nightgowns. And the perfect topper? The minimalist robe-inspired coats over at Bottega Veneta.

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Pre-Fall 2013: Hold On To Your PJs

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