Young British nightwear brand Yawn has unveiled a range of new prints and mix and match styles for 2018.
Yawn’s prints experiment with colour and different brush strokes and are hand-illustrated by the design team in London.
Hideaway – Hunt for the hidden deer and female figure amongst a forest of blossom. A striking print for the winter months, Yawn experiments with graphic patterns and new colourways.
Eve – A hand-drawn Eden of fine lines and bold botanicals, designed by women, for women. An empowering print, with an appreciation of the female form (spot the hidden ladies), Eve celebrates the beauty of women from across the world.
Uncharted – A watercolour take on the Breton stripe, inspired by seaside escapes on the coast in England. Spot the sail boat floating across the waves.
Yawn founder Alice Whiteley said: “I am very proud to be presenting these three new Yawn prints. I believe strongly in this latest trio. They complement our classic range and work on two levels: they have beautiful textures and lovable details. Our wonderful designers draw wearable works of art. I now want as many stores as possible successfully selling them and as many women as possible to enjoy wearing them.”
Yawn is also launching a range of jersey basics for AW18. These are designed to complement Yawn’s new prints, and mix and match with separates.
Made in a medium weight modal with 5% elastane for a touch of stretch, styles include a vest, night T, classic T and long sleeved top in white, grey and navy.
After the successful launch of Yawn’s pink and blue chambray pyjama sets (pictued above), Yawn is also introducing two new chambray robes with grey piping.