Peter Alexander on Film

Peter Alexander on Film

Inspired by his favourite films, Peter Alexander's Movie Night collection will have you movie marathon-ready in a flash.

By Lucy Stephens | 25th July 2014

Peter Alexander has worked his sleepwear magic once again with his latest collection called, Movie Night. We can tell movie buffs will be racing to get their hands on these gems - and we can't imagine ever feeling guilty about spending out entire Sunday snuggled up in this pop-culture sleep couture.

The PJ king selected his four favourite films of all time as the basis for the collection. Available for just one month, Movie Night features the familiar faces of Star Wars, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Harry Potter and the Wizard of Oz.

Each film will have a week in the spotlight within the world of Peter Alexander. The first week's film is Star Wars, which has been immortalised in the sleepwear collection through cartoon character heads and graphic prints.

The Gentlemen Prefer Blondes selection is strictly for the ladies. You too, can walk in the footsteps of on-screen siren Marilyn Monroe in lovely lace, sequins and ruffles.

Star Wars pyjamas from the Peter Alexander collection

Star Wars pyjamas from the Peter Alexander collection

Another one for the girls is the Wizard of Oz range which offers a fresh new take on the film with a focus on poppy fields, stripes and prints.

Luckily the Harry Potter pieces are for the whole family because we reckon kids – big and small – will be hankering to slip out of their muggle attire and into the magic of Hogwarts as soon as the sun goes down.

Check out Peter’s video about shooting the catalogue below:

You can shop the Movie Night collection in store or online at www.peteralexander.com.au

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Article by Lucy Stephens

Lucy Stephens is a Senior Digital Journalist and Content Strategist at Style Magazines. She's a travel addict, considers gelato an appropriate meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner (salted caramel, preferably), and suffers from a moderate to severe case of FOMO (fear of missing out).