The Pajama Trend Is Back

Or did it ever leave? Here, a look back at the most stylish PJ moments in the recent past.

Pajama Trend

Naomi Campbell walked the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2009 runway in a black lace bra, and matching silk robe and leisure shorts. If you’ve got it, flaunt it.

Photo courtesy of CNP Montrose.


It girl and stylist Kate Foley modeled Tommy Hilfiger’s version of the trend for W’s August 2011 issue.

Photo by Theo Wenner, styled by Carolyn Tate Angel.


Marc Jacobs, a longtime loungewear advocate, included the style in both his Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton collections.

Louis Vuitton Fall 2013 runway photo courtesy of the brand.


His close friend Sofia Coppola followed suit, wearing his designs to the 2013 Met Gala.

Photo by Getty Images.


The originator of the trend, the 1960s label Galitzine, was revived just in time in late 2013. “Women are so overwhelmed with fashion,” the brand’s Sergio Zambon told W. “These clothes speak more about style.”

Photo courtesy of the brand.


The pajama has become even more appealing in recent years, appearing in variations on the Haider Ackermann Spring 2014 runway…

Photo courtesy of the brand.


At No. 21 Spring 2014….

Photo courtesy of the brand.


With a feathered ball gown at Giambattista Valli Fall 2014 Couture

Photo courtesy of the brand.


And back to its roots at the Michael Kors Fall 2015 show.

Photo courtesy of the designer.


Before boarding her now-infamous flight home from Turkey, Kate Moss stepped out in a sharp pair of Olivia von Halle striped pajamas, a black leather bag, and sunglasses. Not a look for a basic bitch.

Photo courtesy of @SadieLizaFrost on Instagram.


Showing no signs of slowing down, the style has already shown up in Rochas’s Resort 2016 collection. Prepare to lounge, ladies.

Photo courtesy of the brand.