Nigel Cox Frette 228-thread-count cotton pajamas and satchel, $320.
Nigel Cox

Looking for an overnight upgrade?Slip into a set of Frette pajamas.

Danielle Pergament
Updated February 02, 2017

For almost 150 years, Frette—practically Italian for “molto nice sheets”—has been spinning the finest Egyptian fibers into duvets and shams for royals, aristocrats, the Orient-Express, the Vatican, and pretty much every grand hotel you can name. In 1889 the Milanese brand introduced a collection of delicate lingerie and lacy pieces for Europe’s richest women. A century later the line was expanded into Frette to Wear, with robes, nightgowns, and other loungewear. The highlight: classic man-tailored pajamas made from 100 percent Egyptian cotton, with an em-broidered company crest and a travel satchel to match. They’re cut from the same magical cloth as Frette’s famed linens, so when you put them on at home—presto!—you’ll be transported to the Ritz.

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