Truth time: repping your favourite brand all day doesn’t mean anything if you don’t carry it through all night as well. After all, labels aren’t just for flaunting in social or professional situations – they’re to be lived 24/7, 365/yr. You ain’t nobody unless you’re catching ZZZ’s in true #BRANDED style, so here’s our definitive guide to the best branded bed sheets out there.


Woah. Like, WOAH. Who wouldn’t spend their rent/food/medication/hooker money to get their hands on these Versace bed sheets? No one I’d ever want to associate with, that’s for sure.


The ultimate in luxe 24k comfort, Chanel bedding is the premiere choice for sleep-loving enthusiasts. Karl doesn’t sleep in anything less.

Louis Vuitton

We don’t know who this guy is, but we do know that we want – no, NEED – this LV bedding. You know he gets all the babes with sheets like these. Like, ALL of them.


Get into a retro Y2K mood with these 1st-gen Burberry sheets – combine with a Bacardi Breezer and your old minidisc player for maximum effect.


Keeping it fancy with high-sheen silk sheets is D&G’s monochrome bedding. Okay, so maybe breakfast in bed would be a bad idea, but who cares? Dig that crazy luxury thread count.


Hermès? Classy, very classy. Just make sure you pronounce it properly if you ever bring a babe up to your room (seriously).


Fancy. Very fancy. Accessorise with some Prada lingerie, an Italian model and a bottle of fair-to-moderately-priced sparkling wine.


Wow. Talk about a statement – this is some real power bedding right here. Don’t mess around with these sheets if you can’t pull them off.


Ultra-covetable, ultra-comfortable – just ask Soulja Boy if you don’t believe us. Trust, your Tescos Essentials cotton set ain’t got nothing on this.

Words: Charlotte McManus


About Charlotte McManus

Editor for LOGO.ec and Trendstop.com Freelance writer - The Creator's Project, SUPERSUPER!, Don't Panic, FAULT, Flux, Who's Jack & more.

Posted on 24/05/2013, in Fashion, Radar and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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