For Restless Sleepers

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For Restless Sleepers is a luxury clothing brand that specializes in creating comfortable and stylish sleepwear and loungewear. Founded in 2012 by Francesca Ruffini, the Italian brand has gained recognition for its unique designs and exquisite craftsmanship.

Known for its vibrant prints and luxurious fabrics, For Restless Sleepers captures the essence of elegance and sophistication in its collections. The brand offers a wide range of pajama sets, robes, and accessories, all designed to make lounging at home a stylish affair.

One of the standout features of For Restless Sleepers is its use of bold and intricate patterns. From whimsical floral prints to intricate animal motifs, each piece tells a story and adds a touch of personality to the wearer's wardrobe. The brand combines traditional craftsmanship with innovative design, resulting in pieces that are both visually stunning and extremely comfortable.

In addition to its stunning prints, For Restless Sleepers is also known for its attention to detail. The brand uses only the finest materials, including silk, velvet, and satin, ensuring that each piece feels luxurious against the skin. Intricate piping, delicate buttons, and perfectly tailored cuts further enhance the brand's commitment to quality and craftsmanship.

Price Range: $421 - $2806

Founded: 2012

Headquarters: Grandate, Lombardy, Italy


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