Luxury Loungewear Done Right

No style compromises to be made

If there’s one thing we’ve all learned this year, it’s the unmitigated value of good loungewear. Whether you’ve been working remotely or spending your weekends at home, a cozy pyjama set is all anyone really needs. No, your style doesn’t have to be compromised—loungewear is every major label’s newest obsession. 

With one-off loungewear collections dropping practically week, you won’t be short of options. So if you’re looking for snuggly items to add to your wishlist, we’ve rounded up the best luxury loungewear collections for you to check out.

Dior chez Moi

‘Dior chez Moi’ is the first ever collection dedicated to loungewear by the French luxury fashion house. During lockdown, Maria Grazia Chiuri teamed up with Roman artist Pietro Ruffo to design its prints adorned with his emblematic zodiac motifs. Reminiscent of Monsieur Dior’s superstitious nature, sketches of constellations, continents, flora and fauna, are seen on fluid pyjama sets and delicate bathrobes. A revisited version of the toile de Jouy, one of the house’s hallmark codes, is used on elegant ponchos and book totes. The collection also includes Dior monogram printed bralettes and headscarves.

Olivia Von Halle’s The Hedonist

The British luxury nightwear brand launched a selection of perfectly styled-down eveningwear. Delicate crêpe de Chine slip dresses, embroidered silk full-length robes or velvet pyjama sets, this collection has all the elements of luxurious stay-in style. You will also love the accompanying eye masks, adorned with matching embroideries.

The Introvert Project by Hussein Bazaza


It’s true when they say that dressing up instantly uplifts your mood, and Hussein Bazaza’s first loungewear collection aims to do exactly that. From color block pyjama sets to silky romantic printed robes, these pieces will appeal to the introvert in you. The Lebanese designer didn’t shy away from creating statement pieces either, like a magnificent rose geometric cut robe or a modernist multi-pocketed black ensemble.

The Introvert Project photography by Tarek Moukaddem

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