House Of Holland
Bug & Leaf Print Pyjama Top
This multi-coloured House of Holland bug and leaf print pyjama top is a vibrant piece from the luxury brand's psychedelic SS '16 ready-to-wear collection. Inspired by the '90's cult film 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas', this summer-ready piece boasts notch lapels, short sleeves, multiple front pockets and pink piping throughout. Bedecked with the brand's recurring bug and leaf print, team yours with the matching trousers to reference the runway look and this season's palazzo pyjama trend.
Designer Style ID: 1611206
Farfetch ID: 11432814
- Polyester 100%
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Henry Holland, fashion journalist turned designer, says of his own designs ‘they’re fun, loud and attention seeking’. Infamous for his playful slogan t-shirts and friendship with model Agyness Deyn, Holland’s laid back, comical take of style combines East London wit with a little Northern charm. Simple to wear and vividly printed, Holland’s collection are anything but boring.