The Consumer Product Safety Commission recalled 8,600 bathrobes Wednesday sold exclusively at Bloomingdale’s for failing to meet federal flammability standards for garments. The bathrobes were sold through Bloomingdale’s retail stores nationwide and through its Web site. According to the CPSC, the commission received one report that a robe had ignited but no injuries were reported. The robes were manufactured in Turkey and sold between January 2008 and March 2010 for approximately $80. The long-sleeve wrap bathrobes were 100 percent cotton terry cloth and came in ivory, white, porcelain pink and aqua. A woven label in the robes said “Collection Fifty Nine.” Bloomingdale’s has offered a full refund to customers who return the garments.