Domi, meaning “to sleep” in Haitian Creole, is a small, offshoot brand by Hazel Brown designer Ali Blankley. The collection was inspired by the lightweight woven fabrics the designer discovered on a trip to Gujarat, India. Hand-spun and made in India from natural fibers, Domi designs are characterized by simple, carefree comfort, with a touch of romance. “We seek to emphasize the poetry in ordinary existence,” the designer says, “so raw or refined beauty is what we search for.”
More recently, Domi’s line has expanded to include organic cotton blankets and sheets.
Shop Domi sleepwear and bed linens, plus a limited selection of Hazel Brown, in person at Remodelista’s upcoming New York Market at Canvas Home.
Above: Breezy and light, Domi’s cotton voile Sleeping Tunic is perfect for warm nights; $154. Like all Domi pieces, it is machine washable.
Above: Made from 100 percent organic cotton, Domi’s Simple Slip for fall comes in gray, white, and blue; $138.
Above: Leather Moroccan Slippers; $100 (available in white, red, and indigo).
Above: Casual and comfortable, the Cami Set comes in white and rose; $148.
Above: Available in blue, gray, and white, the winter-weight Shirt Set is made from 100 percent cotton; $172.
Above: Subtly romantic, the fine detailing on the Slip with Button Strap is characteristic of all Domi pieces; $134.
Above: A bit more rugged, Domi’s Double Layer Cami Set features pale piping; $228.
Above: For winter, Domi’s Fall Robe is made of heavy cotton. Available in white, gray, and blue; $162.
Above: The Cotton Voile Robe with side pockets is ideal for warmer weather; $155.
Above: Also available at the Remodelista Market, Domi bed linens, including this Cotton Throw with indigo stripe; $365. Also available at Alder & Co.
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