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First Nations artist Natalie Jade collaborates with Peter Alexander on sleepwear collection

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Showcasing her unique skill set and designs, First Nations artist Natalie Jade has collaborated with Australian retailer Peter Alexander for an exclusive sleepwear collection.

With sleepwear garments available for women, men and children, the Natalie Jade X Peter Alexander collaboration showcases Jade's ability to fuse different designs and colourways all whilst incorporating her passion for culture and craft.

From nightshirts and pyjama pants to baby rompers and matching sleepwear sets, Jade and the team at Peter Alexander have created the collection to appeal to the whole family.

Artist Natalie Jade. (Image: Instagram @bynataliejade)

With a majority of the collection made from cotton, all sleepwear separates are both lightweight and breathable.

Identifying as a First Nations woman and artist (Palawa), Jade currently lives on Philip Island in Victoria, the area in which she also grew up as a young child.

Born into a family where paint runs their veins, Jade believes art is a journey of self-discovery and expression.

"In a way I'm letting others have a glimpse into my soul and also discovering who I am along the way. I look forward to being able to express myself through my art in any way I feel called to from here on out," Jade said.

Peter Alexander X Natalie Jade campaign imagery. (Image: Peter Alexander)

Whilst Jade specialises in canvas-painted artworks, the First Nations artist has expanded her variety of work to include both artist and brand collaborations, such as the Peter Alexander collaboration.

With several artworks and projects in the works, Jade plans to showcase a series of her new projects throughout 2024.

Peter Alexander X Natalie Jade campaign imagery. (Image: Peter Alexander)

The Natalie Jade collection is now available to purchase online and in store at Peter Alexander Official Site | Pyjamas, Sleepwear & More (

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