No, it’s not a ballgown from Viktor & Rolf’s latest collection, it’s a portable sleeping cocoon designed by architect Forrest Jessee for workers who want to take a catnap anytime, anywhere.
From Dude I Need That:
“Forrest Jessee fashioned the structural pleat of the Sleep Suit to 1) look like the most badass of hornets’ nests–obviously, and 2) provide perfect ergonomic support of the body in variable positions and during sleepytime movements, as well as maximize airflow so you don’t, you know, die in there. The Sleep Suit is intended to be compact and portable, and wearers should be able to put it on and take it off in less than a minute. It also addresses a component some perceive as missing from the Dymaxion sleeping process: entering–and then leaving–an environment designed and designated solely as a haven for the body to rest.”
Patent pending, of course. Read all about it at CargoCollective.com