Bode’s sleepy atmosphere consisted of elevated and low-rise beds, draped with sheets and models in patterned sleepwear.
Paired with dreamy lighting and stuffed animals for the models to coddle, the collection screams comfort and sleepwear trend. Lately it appears that silk two-piece pajama sets, worn together or separately, is making a comeback. Bode incorporates these sleepwear elements along with its own eclectic stitching of different fabrics, old school floral printing and stripes.
One can only appreciate the sleepy setting of the presentation being paired with sleepwear apparel. However, the collection did not only consist of sleepwear. The detailed jackets, some with full scenes stitched into them, allow room for neat styling for a bolder wardrobe. This collection surely will provide the person who wears this clothing with comfort and style!
Special thanks to AXE, the official grooming sponsor for NYFWM, for the invite. The AXE team styled all of the models with the perfect modern, grungy bed head look.