(Filed Under wholesale Sleepwear News). Sleepwear and loungewear manufacturer P.J. Salvage has partnered with the Working Girls lifestyle brand to create a capsule collection of printed mix-and-match pajama sets.
The Working Girls brand, created by Las Vegas-based artist Jodi Pedri and writer Tonja Steel, is a collection of humorous artwork geared toward women. Illustrations of women accompanied by sassy quips cover topics like aging, friendships, relationships, shopping, dieting and menopause. P.J. Salvage will introduce the collection in fall 2011 featuring four of the playful illustrations and quotes from the Working Girls collection: "Sanity is a sip away"; "Take me to your litre"; "Just put on some lipstick, everything will be fine" and "I feel a charge coming on."
"We are so excited to team up with the Working Girls for this collection," stated Peter Burke, C.E.O. of Loomworks Apparel, parent company of P.J. Salvage. "We feel their designs really resonate with our key customer and shows the sense of humor P.J. Salvage embodies."
The pieces are available in sizes S to XL and ship from California. Wholesale prices are $32.50 for flannel sets, $28.50 for individual flannel tops and bottoms, $19 for cotton pants and $16 for cotton/modal ribbed tanks. Suggested retail prices are $40 for tank tops and $70 for pajama sets.
P.J. Salvage garments are currently available at Bloomingdale’s, intimate apparel boutiques and online through the P.J. Salvage website.
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