News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. HUGH HEFNER may have been the man to popularise dressing gown style, but, as the cast of Love Island proves time and again, a dressing gown is an incredibly versatile item. A dressing gown can have as much – or as little – airplay as you’d like. You can cosy up in one for a few minutes post-shower or bath, before getting dressed. Or keep it on for a lazy Sunday on the couch, catching up on your favourite series and necking a beer while feeling super comfy. The most practical dressing gowns are the fleecy, fluffy, towelling types: they’ll dry you off and keep you warm and snugly in the minutes before getting dressed. Plus, just wrapping one around you can instantly give you that relaxed, five-star hotel vibe. A waffle knit dressing gown is another favourite: these lightweight bathrobes come in breathable cotton and putting one on might just make you feel you’re in a spa. Satin kimono-style dressing gowns are also becoming increasingly popular – you’ll spot them in bright colours and patterns, thrown on over swim trunks on Love Island contes...