Tekla Debuts First-Ever Sleepwear Collection

Focusing on simplicity and functionality.

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Copenhagen-based Tekla has moved into sleepwear with an all-new unisex collection. The brand has previously been known for its bedding, as well as towelling, bath robes and mohair blankets.

Similar to its previous releases, the sleepwear collection is inspired by ideas of simplicity and functionality. With all pieces being unisex, the collection features nine colors and patterns used across shorts, shirts and pants. As well as block colors such as “Royal Blue,” “Shirt Blue,” “Soft Blue” and “Morning White,” the collection also features “Vernuil Stripes,” “Hopper Stripes,” a “Fading Blue” print and mixtures of “Purple Pink” and “Brown Blue.”

Tekla’s first-ever sleepwear collection is available now from the brand’s web store. Prices will range from £85 GBP for shorts to £135 GBP for shirts (approximately $105 USD to $165 USD).

In other fashion news, NOAH has released its “Scallops” tees.

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