Steven Tai shared his philosophy of ‘sleep now, work later’ with the LFW audience in his AW17 collection — inviting us all into the land of slumber. The dream wear theme drew inspiration from the humble sloth, models were seen lazing around in pajama-leg trouser, pillow like cuts, and insulated in cocoon-esque coats. Watercolour pyjamas provided Tai with his statement print, which was created by an 8-year-old.
Tai states that his collection is to ‘yawn at the responsibilities of the waking world.’ His clothes are suitable to relax, unwind, and lets us drift away to a more peaceful place. The concept was fully achieved by the Trevor Sorbie with a necessary bedhead, using the light hold of KeraStraight’s Ultimate Oil.
Here are our comfy favourites from Steven Tai’s presentation. Find out more about the other designers on the day.