Made in the USA
At Toute la Nuit Loungewear we believe that beautiful fashion can and should be made here in the USA for two important reasons: 1) to support local garment manufacturing where workers are paid a fair wage in good working conditions and 2), to reduce the carbon imprint imposed by overseas apparel manufacturing.
Our garments are produced with great care and attention in the SOMA (South of Market) district of San Francisco, California, in close proximity to our studio in the historic Dogpatch neighborhood. Our beautiful studio's tall windows give us great natural sunlight and views of the Port of San Francisco and Oakland hills. Visits are encouraged but must be scheduled in advance.
Toute la Nuit was inspired by a need for feminine, romantic, and sophisticated loungewear options. Founder and Creative Director Karen Judge searched diligently for loungewear in luxurious fabrics that were neither overtly sexy nor matronly/frumpy. That "something-in-between" was disappointingly elusive and convinced her to fill the niche.
She says, "I created Toute la Nuit to give women something exciting for "private time," in which they could answer the door when the postman rings. 'Bed to breakfast' is what the collection has been called."
Think about it.
What could be better than having something beautiful and comfortable
to go to sleep in, wake up in, and walk around the house in?
That's what Toute la Nuit Loungewear is all about.
Karen Judge takes her inspiration for Toute la Nuit from many sources including vintage sleepwear styles, old Hollywood eveningwear, and contemporary daywear trends. Her love of fine textiles is the foundation of every design and detail and she personally sources each fabric and trim used. Her appreciation for design extends to her respect for the art of business and she is involved in all aspects of the company's efforts to bring beautiful product to market. "I am thankful every day for my team who help make everything happen…and for the honor granted us by everyone who wears a Toute la Nuit garment."