(Filed Under wholesale Loungewear News). London-based luxury nightwear brand Derek Rose has unveiled its autumn/winter 2012 collections for men and women.
Created with a cultured, sophisticated customer in mind, the latest collections from Derek Rose embrace both finery and function, using high-end fabrics like silk, wool, cotton modal and cashmere to create pajamas, robes, T-shorts, tunics, trousers, nightshirts, boxer shorts, slippers, wraps and blankets. Women’s styles feature elegant colorways including mineral grays, champagne, cream and silver with metallic tones and mother-of-pearl buttons. Men’s styles focus on ornamental prints in a color palette encompassing rich tones like black, purple and silver with contrasting vivid pinks, greens and oranges.
Additionally, Derek Rose’s men’s loungewear line, Naturally, offers a variety of T-shirts, polos, trousers and knitwear in seasonal shades of navy, black, green and a range of grays. Striving for ultimate levels of comfort, garments in the Naturally line are label-free and created with cashmere, cotton and soft jersey fabrics with reinforced stress points.
Men’s styles are available in sizes S to XXL, while women’s styles come in sizes S to XL. Underwear by Derek Rose wholesales from $14 to $40, while Naturally loungewear wholesales for $30 to $60 and luxury sleepwear ranges from $75 to $200. There is a minimum order of $100 for retailers. Derek Rose’s luxury items are manufactured in England, while core products are constructed in the Czech Republic. Orders placed by U.S. retailers are shipped from a distribution center in New Jersey.
The Rose family began manufacturing nightwear in 1926, with the Derek Rose brand formally established in 1975. Collections can be found at specialty shops and department stores across Europe and North America, including Harrods, Selfridges, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus.
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