Virgin Atlantic loves to do things differently – so when it came to the latest set of inflight pyjamas for the airline's Upper Class business class passengers, that means a one-piece sleep suit, aka 'onesie'.
Created in partnership with Norwegian onesie designers OnePiece, the Virgin Atlantic onesie is a limited edition to be offered to only one thousand passengers on selected flights from mid-June.
Virgin Atlantic talks up the one-piece PJ as being "set to become a must have for bedtime glamour."
"The bespoke onesie blends Virgin Atlantic’s rock n’ roll spirit with design expertise from OnePiece to offer unrivalled comfort for sky-high slumber," the airline boasts.
These snaps show UK fashion model Amber Le Bon sporting the onesie, although Richard Branson couldn't resist getting in on the act.
Here's a behind-the-scenes snap of Le Bon getting into the flying mood with her onesie.
Virgin Atlantic's social media onesie campaign includes this video.
Which is all well and good, but we're not quite sold. Yes, it's cool gear to take home and wear in bed – but surely they'll be a devil to get into (and out of) in the tight confines of an airplane's loo, even an Upper Class one. Not to mention the extra hassle when you actually want to visit the lav.
As always, we're keen to hear your take on the onesie, and airline pyjamas in general – are they really that big a deal, and if so, which airline's got the best ones?
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