Treat yourself to some new quarantine clothes.
There's never been a better time to party in your PJ's.
'Tis the season to stay in and wear cashmere.
Prep is trending, and so is argyle, monogramming and uh, horse stuff.
For when you want to feel fancy while doing absolutely nothing.
Three years in, a look at how the pajama — er "relaxwear" — brand is not just staying afloat, but thriving.
Sleepy Jones is looking for a part-time sales associate to work at our Santa Monica boutique. An interest in fashion as well as past retail experience is a must.
Including: the perfect LND (Little Navy Dress)
Last night, new loungewear company Sleepy Jones rented out an entire boutique hotel--the Lafayette House--and hosted a 24 hour sleep-in to fete their launch. Guests were welcomed to wander through the hotel's rooms and explore. It was the coolest launch party/press preview I've ever been to--but of course, I'd expect nothing less from Andy Spade, the retail genius who helped launch Kate Spade and Jack Spade, and, at his creative branding firm Partners and Spade, has helped cool-ify companies like J.Crew, Warby Parker, Roxy and more. I caught up with Spade (who had been up all night on Glenn O'Brien's TV Party) to chat about why designers should stop doing so many things, and why pajamas may just be the 21st century's office wardrobe.