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By Allison Klausmeier

As college students, we see a fair share of students wearing pajamas in public every day. However, most of them dress this way due to a desire for comfort or a smidgen of laziness, but certainly not for the sake of fashion. Until recently, most people who considered themselves to be stylish and fashionable wouldn’t have been caught dead wearing nightgowns out to brunch or pajama pants to the grocery store, but now the 1920’s boudoir trend is popping up in unexpected places.

"My Bloody Valentine 3D" - Los Angeles Special Screening - Arrivals'Battleship' Japan PremiereRihanna and Jessica Alba recently wore pajama-inspired looks to red-carpet events and movie premiers. The look was also seen on the spring 2013 runways at both Rocha and Louis Vuitton.


The MODA Copacetic Couture Spring Fashion Show is this weekend, and you guessed it – the theme is the Roaring Twenties! See our decadent poster below for details. Fashion week festivities are underway, so check back for updates throughout the week.