In the days that follow, London’s fashion A-list puts everything on hold to make time for the sartorial mecca that is London Fashion Week. In this Sybarite Selections edit, we pick four hot brands whose luxe loungewear pieces will take you from the catwalk to cocktails – in comfort.
The foundation of the KAYOMO LAB garment is versatility. KAYOMO LAB has identified a customer who is either male or female; an ageless individual fitting into the modern mantra of work/life integration. This individual needs an aspect of their wardrobe to be styled for business meetings, followed by a drink after work. It is reliable and traditional in its manufacturing but has a fresh take on the everyday professional ensemble.
Designer Zyad Khoury admires the kimono for this versatility and the potential for the individual to express themselves in their own unique way. We love this colourful piece from KAYOMO’s upcoming collection. Perfect for layering over a sweater and jeans. Price available upon request.
TREVOR PICKETT SLIPPERS
Beautifully handmade using off cuts of authentic Turkish kilim, each of these indoor slippers begets a unique pattern and colour scheme, with leather soles and a suede lining for added durability. No two pairs are the same, offering a unique and exotic take when styled with more casual jeans or evening wear at home. £145
DSQUARED2 SATIN TROUSERS
The pyjamas-as-daywear trend is showing no signs of slowing down in 2017. These eye-catching red wine satin trousers are just the ticket for injecting a bit of spring into your winter wardrobe. With a stunning cherry blossom print, all your LFW outfit will need is a pair of strappy heels and plain shirt to complete the look. £372
N. PEAL CARDIGAN
Harvested and manufactured in Mongolia, N. Peal’s Spring/Summer 2017 cashmere range is designed for an ageless professional who is thoroughly engaged in cultural trends and confident in self-expression.
This open cardigan in draping silhouettes with a bold print reflects the origin of the brand’s design, in the hilltops of Mongolian farmland. Available to purchase online in March.