Introducing Yala. They still make the dreamiest bamboo bedding, and the cozy, classic designs they’ve made since 1996 when they introduced DreamSacks and BambooDreams. As their path has unfolded, they wanted a new way of describing ourselves that is more global, more joyful and more welcoming to the brilliant growth we continue to experience. All of Yala’s women’s, men’s, and children’s apparel, bedding, travel gear and accessories will now be sold, worn and enjoyed under the Yala brand. Yala builds upon the elegant simplicity, environmental commitments and respectful global business practices they’ve held in focus over the past fifteen years. Like their business model of conscious, continuous improvement & enjoyment, the changes won’t all appear overnight.
Yala is pure joy. It’s freedom. Its simplicity. And adventure. Yala is an invitation to live every moment of your life. And to scatter joy along the way. That’s why Yala is both the company’s new name and a description of our unfolding adventures. Yala makes beautiful garments for life’s journey. Yala apparel, home goods, bedding and travel accessories are designed to provide effortless style, timeless design and unsurpassed quality. Each pieces can be worn or used throughout the years and across the globe. Yala Silk Habotai Bedding features pillowcases. coverlets and pillow shams that surround you with natural comfort when you most need to rejuvenate.
In 1987 two young English teachers Larry & Nancy Morgan were living and working in Fujian, China and raising Chelsea their six-year-old daughter. They were explorers. They didn’t have a lot of money but they had a deep well of curiosity that refreshed them daily. So with open hands and hearts they journeyed near and far, taking trips and treks every weekend they could. They slept on beds without sheets or mattresses, even on the grassy ground a few times. And that’s when the idea came: to nurture and protect in our unfamiliar sleeping circumstances, they stitched together two well-worn sheets as a clean and comforting liner for wherever they laid our heads. They slept cozy each night dreaming of the next day’s adventure. And every morning awoke, they rolled up their “dreamsack”, and started off again. An accidental beginning. Those stitched together sheets became the first DreamSack®. And in 1996 they became a family company. Now many years and many ideas and creations later, that same curiosity and care goes into everything they make at Yala. From classics that make sleeping more sumptuous to soft, nurturing layers that provide the simple elegance you crave. They are the clothes you really live your life in.