Media Coverage

The must have accessory of the year? A dryrobe.

Not since Zara's infamous polka dot dress has a garment so captured the imagination of the public’ Editor Edaein O'Connell lusts after the must have accessory of 2020 in the Irish lifestyle and fashion magazine ‘IMAGE’.

Celebrity Sink or Swim

Channel 4 reality TV show Sink or Swim saw 12 celebrities take on a relay of the English Channel in aid of Stand Up To Cancer.

We’re proud to have supplied the celebrities involved with custom Sink or Swim dryrobes to help them on their challenge. Celebrity trainers Ross Edgley (dryrobe ambassador) and Keri-anne Payne (Olympic Open Water silver medallist) were also spotted in their own dryrobes throughout the show.

Cover up in camo like Rita Ora

The singer and actress was spotted filming scenes in a camo pink dryrobe on the set of Twist, a modernised remake of Oliver Twist.

Rita plays ‘Dodge’ alongside co-stars Michael Caine, Lena Headey and Raff Law (Jude Law's son).

Lucy Campbell Riding The Crest Of A Wave As Surfing Prepares For Olympic Debut

dryrobe ambassador Lucy Campbell spoke to Forbes and hailed an exciting future for her sport, as surfing prepares to make its Olympic Games debut in Tokyo.

Things are warming up on set!

The likes of Poldark’s Ross (Aidan Turner) and Game of Thrones’ Jon Snow (Kit Harington) have both been spotted in dryrobes on set, keeping them warm in cold, windy locations whilst also protecting their period costumes from the elements.

How dryrobe Went From The Garden Shed To The Olympic Games

Forbes interviewed founder Gideon Bright about dryrobes journey - from starting in out in his garden shed to expanding into the elite performance market and the Olympic Games.

dryrobe Ambassador Ross Edgley sets new world record

Ross Edgley became the first person to swim 1,780-miles around Great Britain. Ross battled strong tides and currents in cold water, braving storms and jellyfish on his Great British Swim.

Back on dry land, Ross told the BBC that despite needing to learn to walk again after so long in the water he is still "not quite bored of swimming" and looking for his next challenge.

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