A new sustainable luxury nightwear label, Orchard Moon, debuts with its debut collection of luxury pajama sets, featuring lovely floral prints on sustainable plant-based fabrics.
Flower gardens, summer, and daydreams are all inspirations for the brand's inaugural collection. blues to echo water and sky, leafy greens, and florals in pinks, oranges, yellows, peach, and lilac make up the colour scheme of the collection.
The pyjamas are fitted yet flexible, with inclusive sizing that flatters a wide variety of body shapes. The pyjama blouse has wide sleeves and cuffs, as well as a clever back reverse pleat that expands to allow for movement and other thoughtful design details like a curved hem that is slightly lower at the back, and the trousers have a flattering straight leg cut with reverse pleats that expand over the hips and thighs.
The fabric used for each set is a medium-weight silky cellulose-based fabric made from Tencel and lyocell filament, two extremely sustainable textiles made from tree cellulose. Trees are a wonderful resource for making fabric since they already grow in suitable settings, do not require intense agricultural practises, or any extra water, other than natural rainwater..
Every aspect, from corozo nut buttons to natural rubber elastic and woven cotton brandlabels, is considered environmentally friendly. The company also assures that its products are carbon neutral by supporting sustainable reforestation projects worldwide.
The Orchard Moon's first collection has a price range of 22 pounds to 280 pounds. Between 2020 and 2024, the worldwide sleepwear industry is expected to rise to $19.5 billion, making this a good moment for Orchard Moon to begin.
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