A man is his (new) pajamas
Tell me which pajamas you choose and I'll tell you who you are: colours, fabrics, design and details are factors that not only define the style of each season, but also tell the character and temperament of a man.
Discover the interviews with the men who work backstage at Julipet and help define the style of each New Collection.
Whether it is the uniform worn during the working day, the clothes for relaxing moments or the outfit for the night's rest, a man also speaks about himself through his clothing choices.
Pajamas, in particular, are the voice of his most intimate and reserved soul, to be shown only to those closest to him. One pjs is not the same as another, because its characteristics express the world of the wearer, his or her passions, needs and desires. But also his or her way of seduction. From the choice of colours to that of patterns and designs, from the cut to the fabric, nothing can be left to chance, least of all the details to which Julipet has always paid particular attention to.
This can also be seen by looking at the proposals of the New Collection for next Summer 2022. The perfect synthesis of comfort, wellbeing in contact with the skin, the cult of aesthetics and the expression of informal elegance, the pjs that make up the collection have noble fabrics as their main interpreters. softness, snugness and comfort as their must-have.
Consistent with the image of natural elegance evoked by the fabrics and the design of the garments are also the colours, in which the evergreen blue in its various nuances is flanked by creative flashes (yellow ochre, lobster orange soft red and kiwi green), by classic and
reassuring designs (tie designs, stripes and checks) and by ironic but never shouted patterns.
The summer 2022 collection is dressed by images inspired by the worlds of golf, sailing, the sea, camping and pets, which give lightness to the cut, marked by sobriety. From the contamination between craftsmanship and tailoring, garments take shape that go beyond nightwear, going beyond the concept of homewear and promoting Lifewear as a diktat.
But what does the other half think?