Last year was the year when pyjama and onesie fashion went mainstream. We got used to seeing pictures of “slebs” on social media wearing what looked like pjs, out to parties and events. This Vogue article is typical, “Wear your pyjamas out in the day”, offering this quote from the creative director of a sleepwear label, “It’s certainly unexpected to wear sleepwear out of the house…. but you want people to say wow, didn’t expect that to work!” But as they correctly point out, it is essential to keep in mind which pyjamas you choose to wear in the daytime, noting quality is key. Last week was London fashion week and the Metro commented that Mulberry sent models down the runway wearing magical ponchos that looked, essentially, like giant printed duvets. The Daily Mail commented that former Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts didn’t disappoint her fashion fans as she stepped out in style for the Markus Lupfer AW17 presentation at London Fashion Week wearing a pyjama inspired yellow bunnies on pink outfit. And it’s not just for ladies as Ask Men brought us Pyjamas Are On The Runways; you have to wonder how the models feel about wearing this stuff. You may have also noticed the current trend for “Hygge” which we think is related to the popularity (and hilarity) of pyjama and onesie fashion. “Visit Denmark” tell us hygge means creating a nice, warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people around you, (its loosely related to our word hug). But some people seem to use it as an excuse to sit around in your pyjamas all day or wear your onesie out to the shops. Vogue again offered a classier take in an article, “How to Achieve Hygge Without Living in Your Pyjamas All Day”. But what made us think that pyjama and onesie fashion has gone too far were pictures from Bollywood which showed Indian actor Ranveer Singh turning up to a party in what looked like a large white see through onesie. We have been asked before to make a white cotton onesie but the problem is they tend to be too transparent as our picture shows. But maybe we should think again if this onesie fashion continues – anyone for plain white cotton “condom funzee”?