Creativity is at its peak in the few moments after you first pull back the covers in the morning – a fact that singer-songwriter Florence Welch (of Florence and The Machine), who’s no stranger to writing poetry with a coffee in her PJs, knows all too well.

She’s renowned for her billowing kimonos and avant-garde approach to style when on stage, so it’s no surprise that the artist has tapped this style well when tackling her luxury Limited Edition sleepwear collection for Liberty London.

With access to the storied department store’s iconic print archives (paisley and botanical motifs that she’s adored for yonks), Florence picked out six patterns to work with ­– including the whimsical ‘Delilah’ print that features azaleas and carnations, the ‘Leontine’ print of a purple, green and harvest gold fern from 1963, and the ‘Evelyn’ print plucked from a book of drawings from 1820 and brought to life in navy and blush – to decorate a range of short and long robes, classic pyjamas, chemises and more. 

Who knew lounging around could look so good?

Spend all day in your jammies! Click here to shop the Florence*Liberty London collaboration.