Jamal Print Long PJ Set - Cream/Blue

£130

JAMAL
From the depths of the desert to the drink mats in high-end hotels, the camel can be found in every corner of Moroccan life, inspiring us to use its iconic image for our Le Jardin collection. With tasselled flair, he’ll transport you back to the land of spiritual adventure and tainted wonder.
THE LONG SERIES

Taking a sleepy classic and making it modern, our long series is a nod to the time-honoured pyjama set. Sophisticated tailoring; straight fit trousers, buttoned cuffs and a sculpted hemline raise the profile of this everyday essential. True to D&Ds handsome style, the relaxed silhouette takes cues from your boyfriend’s shirt. Subtleties such as woven cotton piping, a structured collar and the trousers self-tie and elastic add a polished quality to the overall mood of this set. These quiet innovations have made our long series pyjama effortlessly modern.

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Material Benefits, Why Cotton Is Best In Bed

1. A BETTER NIGHT SLEEP

Cotton allows your skin to breathe and doesn’t trap heat under the covers. Research proves a better night sleep.

2. SWEET SCENTS

Unlike oil-based fabrics which retain odors, cotton is breathable, meaning sweeter smells and fewer washes. Less time with the washing machine is and means saving water and energy.

3. IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL

Once we're in bed with you, we're there for good baby. Cotton is strong and tough, and not afraid to get dirty. You can rely on it to last.

4. DEFINITELY NOT CLINGY

Cotton can not hold any electric charge, so there’s no chance of any stage 5 behaviour.

5. BETTER WITH AGE

There is no stretch in cotton, so our pyjamas will keep their shape while getting softer with age.

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Our Artwork, The Story Behind the Design

"Her Magic Dazzled Me" Yves Saint Laurent. The opening of the YSL museum in Marrakech was what first prompted our intrigue for Morocco. Initially we were interested in Studio Ko, the architects behind the museum, but we quickly became drawn to the stories of Morocco in the 60s. Pierre Berge, Saint Laurent, Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, the exotic dreams that inspired the world. 

It's only when we visited ourselves that we understood the magic of Morocco. A world of sweet-scented opposites: brightly painted cities, ripe vegetables, aged spices

littering the souk, motorbikes and donkeys fighting for right of way, contrasting with the tranquility of the riad, the stillness in the garden where the dappled sunlight creates an atmosphere of dreaming.

It is a world that ignites your imagination, intoxicates you with saturated colour and mesmerises through its scent. It's a world where you can almost breathe the beauty. The collection aims to capture the creative spirit of both the locals and the expats of Morocco.