Our dressing gowns, with their tailored, sartorial silhouette, are a daring reinterpretation of our heritage silks.
Our Holbein silk, woven in the oldest silk mill in England, features as the main fabric. Originally a 17th-century hand-woven silk, this pattern of lush foliage initially features in the backdrop of the Baptism of Louis XIV, a Le Brun tapestry dating to circa 1630. Since Bodley, a founder of Watts, redrew the fabric in 1890, its popularity has endured and remains as alluring as ever. Learn more about our fabrics here.
Every dressing gown is handmade to order by our in-house team of specialist, artisan producers, in our Westminster atelier.
Please note that this sample is a 'one-off' piece.
Main fabric: Holbein silk damask in Sarum Indigo (100% silk)
Collar accent fabric: Wisley velvet in black and caramel (42% cotton, 58% viscose)