This week we thought we would take a look at sleepwear and pyjama trends prompted by this interesting video from glamour magazine. It looks at the most popular sleepwear in each decade over the past 100 years or so. As you might expect, it shows the modest covered up look in the 1920s, through the glamorous satin of the 1950s, to the more revealing, sexy sleepwear look of the 1990s. When it comes to the current decade, the 2010s, we see new pyjama trends with fun sleep suits such as animal onesies and the rise of using traditional silk sets to create chic daywear. Of course, as we showed in this article, the history of pyjamas goes back far more than 100 years with most people agreeing that both the name and garment come from the Indian sub-continent and were brought back to Europe by the British colonials in the eighteenth century. Another fun video for an upmarket pyjama brand shows a dream like sequence for a sleepwalker being shown around Stockholm Sweden by their dog. We noticed another innovative way to use pyjamas for promotion closer to home in this report from Worthing in Sussex. A flash mob routine was used to advertise the opening of a new bed shop with seven dancers performing a choreographed pillow fight dance for unsuspecting shoppers. And a couple of pyjama trends from further afield might interest you. If you are a dog owner who really wants to share their life with the dog why not buy matching pyjamas for Christmas? Yes you can now buy your pooch a doggy version of your own pyjamas from an Australian company as featured in our pic. You know its only a matter of time before we bring out matching onesies for you and your dog. But if you want cute sleepwear, the best country to look for pyjama trends is Japan. Browse through this article for animal shaped pillows, a cuddly soft kitten which pulses gently to help you get into a calming sleep rhythm, onesie pyjamas Japanese style and unusual sleep masks.