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Elina and Her Morning Rituals

Morning Elina,

What time your alarm set on?
I’m waking up at 8 AM.

Your morning ritual?
Morning shower.



Coffee or tea?

Is there a specific soundtrack for your AM?
No, but sometimes I turn on London Burning Radio.

What do you usually have for breakfast?
Usually it’s oatmeal with fruit.

What inspires you about your morning?
People and what they do.

Do you have any dream you wanna talk about?
Usually I dont remember anything.

Is there a place you sleep better than ever?
I sleep well in nature.

What do you do to fall asleep?
Planning my tomorrow day.


Sonya and Her Morning Rituals

Morning Sonya,

What time your alarm set on?
I’m waking up at 6 AM.

Your morning ritual?
Rearrange the alarm for 5 minutes later.

Coffee or tea?



Is there a specific soundtrack for your AM?
My cat meowing.

What do you usually have for breakfast?
Oatmeal or buckwheat flakes.

What inspires you about your morning?

Is there a place you sleep better than ever?
Probably no. I almost always sleep well.

What do you do to fall asleep?
Brush my teeth and comb hair.




Our Interview for Lovely Friends from

Slackers worldwide, rejoice: Lazy is the look and according to Sleeper, the creators of ‘walking sleepwear’, it’s fit for any occasion.

Founded by former fashion editors Asya Saretsa and Kate Zubarieva, the Ukrainian label create pyjamas and robes to be blended through the wardrobe, softening the edges of day and night wear. The golden rule is comfort, Kate explains, “Real comfort is about being yourself. I don’t believe that there is some universal formula of comfort, because it comes down to us and our feelings, and how our own identity comes out of this – that’s how personal style can be born.” They are words that ring true when you consider some of  Sleeper’s most idiosyncratic wearers: Leandra Medine, the late Franca Sozzani and Veronika Heilbrunner. With our common pursuit of a more comfortable everyday, together we created the Farniente womenswear collection, dreamy creations in linen that embody the sweetness of doing nothing at all. Here, Kate and Asya decode the look.



What’s the best part of combining lounge wear with your ‘usual’ daywear?

It makes your look as relaxed as possible. Our items are easily blended with your everyday wardrobe and more “going out” clothes. Our robes can easily take on the role of a summer coat, blouses can be combined with jeans. There can be a lot of variations… it depends on your fantasy.


You’re a young brand that’s covered a lot of ground. Which of Sleeper’s achievements to date are you most proud of?

Our biggest achievement is that we have instilled a culture of wearing pyjamas outside the home. We want to encourage being yourself and doing what you want, no matter the circumstances, loving yourself just the way you are. This is what drives us to take new steps personally and with the development of Sleeper.

Can you tell us about the production of your garments?

Of course! We have our own production department in Ukraine. So, we can practically check the quality of each weld, and in fact, that’s what we always do. Each product is made from A to Z by one professional with 30 years of experience. And, it takes about 8 hours to do so. We are super proud of our quality.



Can you tell us about the Farniente collaboration and what the inspiration behind the pieces was?

We really love Berlin for for its laconism. We wanted to create a collection about the summer in Berlin, about the way this incredible energy and lightness of the summer are mixed with simplicity and conciseness. We thought about Mitte in the summertime…

What are your tips for styling the pieces in the Farniente collection and where do you imagine the collection being worn?

It’s important for us to create things that can be easily incorporated into the wardrobe; Things that women with completely different senses of self can wear. I think that our dresses are perfect for a beach or lunch in a seaside town. I can easily imagine a girl riding her bicycle in the heat of summer, or how perfect it would be to go out for breakfast with friends in a camisole with shorts.



Awareness Month with Sleeper — 10 Rules To Reduce Your Cancer Risk

Sleeper has prepared a bulletin “10 Ways to Prevent Breast Cancer” supported by cancer specialist Eugenia Kuchma about ways to avoid the emergence of the disease and what surveys can help to identify breast cancer at an early stage.



— Undergo ultrasonic test at least once a year, after the age of 40 – do mammogram once in 1.5 – 2 years. The ultrasonic test is a safe, affordable and informative method available even to pregnant women.

— Do breast self-examination monthly. Ask your partner to help and combine the useful with the pleasant.

— Call your doctor once you feel breast pain, lumps, discharge, skin reddening or alterations.

— Self-therapy might trigger disease progression.

— Avoid stress – it can provoke breast cancer.

— Avoid too much exposure to solar radiation and take good care of your skin.

— The lifetime risk of getting breast cancer is about 1% for a man.

— Treatment for early-stage treatment has become efficient.

— Modern medicine offers organ-preservation surgery and keeps the lacteal gland, in other cases, it can be reconstructed with self-tissue and implants.

— Love yourself, please.



In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, 40% of each sale of Power PJ will be donated to the”Women’s Health and Family Planning” Charitable Fund.


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