Plus extra on its limited-time promotional collab with Poppy Barley.
“As an alternative of simply promoting garments, how can we stand for one thing?” It’s a query the founders of Lezé, Tanya Lee and Karen Lee, have contemplated since launching their values-driven model in Vancouver a number of years in the past.
The unique idea for Lezé is extra well timed than ever, as Tanya was impressed by her pal’s penchant for sporting pyjamas out in public — and “not the silky, trendy sort,” Karen laughs — earlier than maximum-comfort dressing grew to become the norm for many people over the past yr.
“We thought, what if we create one thing that felt like pyjamas however had the construction of one thing you may go to work in?” Karen remembers in regards to the ideation section of Lezé coming to life. And it was important for the duo to deal with find out how to make these items as ethically and sustainably as potential, she instructed FASHION throughout a Zoom name earlier this week. “There’s a lot waste on this planet — why not use what exists?”