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Andy Spade's collection of "not-quite-ready-to-wear" is gearing up to open a temporary store on Bowery for the holidays. Sleepy Jones, a brand that specializes in attire that resembles pajamas in the best way possible, will debut its first standalone retail space sometime this October at the The Hole gallery.
The shop will be yet another argument in favor of ditching real clothes for breezy bedtime pieces: at his spring 2014 fashion show this past week, Steven Alan presented a similar idea: pants and tops were slouchy and loose, perfect for traipsing around on a lazy Sunday. Or, like Spade advocates, painting in your underwear.
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· Steven Alan Says It's Okay to Wear Pajamas During the Day [Racked NY]