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Back in April, designer Andy Spade launched what he described as a “not quite ready-to-wear” co-ed label called Sleepy Jones: cotton nightshirts that could also be worn out to dinner (thanks to French seams and CEO stripes); tailored Liberty-print pajama sets that, these days, might even be found on the red carpet. Now the previously web-only line is moving into a temporary space from October 4 through the end of December (312 Bowery, nr. Bleecker St.; no phone yet). In addition to bespoke men’s and women’s pj’s (from about $300 per set), the bedroom-size shop will house a range of other Julian Schnabel–inspired loungewear, including slim, Italian-milled boxer shorts in floral prints ($44); figure-skimming mini-robes with Swiss dots; and pima-cotton awning-striped socks. Spade is also setting up a cot, he says, “for anyone that would like to sit back and stare at the ceiling.”


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