Many men are unaware of the existence of a third wardrobe. They cut the mustard at work in a well-fitted suit, and cut a rug in the evening with their off-duty attire. Yet, when the door is closed and the curtains are drawn, it’s a shameful slew of baggy joggers and stained T-shirts.

Attempting to prove what you wear at night is every bit important is luxury travel and lifestyle brand Otis Batterbee. Having impressed with quality British wares like toiletry bags and eye masks since 2009, Batterbee is getting ready to debut its first nightwear range this summer.

Taking London’s Savile Row as inspiration, the collection features pyjama sets, dressing gowns, shorts and slippers covered in classic and in-house geometric prints inspired by everything from vintage cravats to floor tiles.

The result? A line-up that’s enough to make you take note of the SS16 shows and consider wearing nightwear in the daytime. All the more reason to invest, we say.

Otis Batterbee’s debut nightwear range will be available at Harrods and on from July, priced from £50.