Pasithea was born out of a dream to marry the beauty of an indulgent moment with the care and consideration of an environmentally conscious purchase.

Our aim is to provide luxury sleepwear made with minimal environmental impact, and using sustainable practices through all channels.

Bringing this dream to life has taken us on a journey to find suppliers and partnerships that align with our values. Businesses that endeavour to be different, and do better.

Our promise is to make a memorable change, one step at a time.


Our Fabrics

All Pasithea garments are made from natural fabrics that have minimal environmental impact, and are a healthier choice for the planet.

As the Pasithea journey continues, we are dedicated to incorporating new, planet friendly fabrics in our range.



Our Robes carry the GOT (Global Organic Textile standard) certification. This certification standard covers all aspects of textile production, from the harvesting of raw materials through to environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing.

The cotton used for our robes is grown without the use of genetically modified seeds, synthetic fertilisers or toxic pesticides, making it safer for cotton farmers to work. This also protects the soil and surrounding environment from contamination.



The Bamboo fabric used to make our sleepwear and bed linen has been tested according to OEKO-TEX®, a globally recognised testing standard. This means there are no harmful chemicals in the production process, from the harvested fibre through to the spinning, weaving and the dyeing processes. Our fabric is free of harmful substances such as azo dyes and formaldehyde, ensuring all garments are comfortable and safe for your skin.

Bamboo is a sustainable and healthy alternative to synthetic satin fabrics that dominate the sleepwear market. Not only is it kinder on the earth, bamboo is also carbon neutral, water efficient and one of the most rapidly regenerating plants in existence. The inherent microbial properties of bamboo also eliminate the need for pesticides and fertiliser, making it a healthier choice for everyday wear. This, along with the fabric’s OEKO-TEX® accreditation, made it the standout textile choice for our first collection.


Greener Packaging

We understand that our environmental impact extends beyond just our fabrications, which is why our packaging has been carefully considered.

The feeling of receiving any new garment is exciting, and sleepwear in particular evokes thoughts of comfort, relaxation and ease. This unboxing experience shouldn’t be tarnished by excessive amounts of single-use plastic.

Our products are packed in bags made from OEKO-TEX® certified bamboo fabric that can be used time and again to store or wash your garments.

All orders are then shipped in certified plant-based compostable mailer bags.


Better Workmanship

The workmanship of all our garments is carefully considered to ensure they stand the test of time when worn and laundered by you.

Our bamboo sleepwear is finished with French seams, and our robes are crafted with extra care taken to ensure longevity and premium quality.


Care of Pasithea Products

Surprisingly, a large portion of the damage done to the environment by the fashion industry occurs through the way we wash and care for our clothing and textiles.

To reduce your environmental impact, we recommend machine or hand washing garments in cold water, and line drying them.

Our garments are fitted with care labels advising against dry cleaning, and encouraging customers to use eco-friendly detergents, washing at 30° rather than at 40°.


Certificates Matter

Our suppliers are in partnership with:



Global textile testing standard for chemical management, environmental performance and social responsibility.



Amfori provides information and visibility of global supply chains to combat labour and human rights issues.


Global Organic Textiles Association

The world's leading standard for textiles made from organic fibres. It defines high-level environmental criteria along the entire organic textiles supply chain and requires compliance with social criteria.


Australasian Bioplastics Association

The Australasian Bioplastics Association supports the growth, use and innovation of renewable packaging and reduction and recycling of non-renewable plastics.



Sedex supports businesses to improve working conditions in global supply chains.


Forest Stewardship Council

The Forest Stewardship Council promotes environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial, and economically viable management of the world’s forests.