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8813 DRESSING-GOWN NAVY-Burgundy-white 100% COTTON Herringbone-Thick, Brushed-inside College-S-Stripes

8813 DRESSING-GOWN NAVY-Burgundy-white 100% COTTON Herringbone-Thick, Brushed-inside College-S-Stripes

Regular price €268,00 EUR
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Our DRESSING-GOWN is designed to work as a light coat, elegant, functional and comfortable¹. You would wear it before and after bedtime, for breakfast at home or when invited to friends, around the pool, or on the boat.

¹ Eugène Le Moult had the original made for his suite on the ocean liner (the trip home from the jungle would take 28 days! )



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MATERIAL

100%ᴾᵁᴿᴱ  Southern-Indian COTTON (as in the authentic British home-wear before 1947)
• from fields SUSTAINABLY growing cotton since at least 35AD (according to Roman Empire trade records)
• woven as in the original HERRINGBONE-THICK weave to P.Le Moult designs in nearby villages by English-speaking unionized craftspeople, descendants of the original weavers (in a state that has been alternating between soft-Left and hard-Left coalitions since 1957...)

MANUFACTURE

sewn up the coast in cosmopolitan Bombay in the English-speaking unionised workshop of close friends that we've been producing with since the early 1970s, conveniently easy-to-inspect on the main highway, a 20 minutes drive North of the international airport

HERITAGE

EUGÈNE LE MOULT, BUTTERFLY-HUNTER 1882-1965 : we inherited dad's grandad's shapes
LÉOPOLD LE MOULT, PIONEER OF FRENCH ORGANIC 1856-1926 : we inherited grandad's grandad's ideals

CREATOR

PROJET LE MOULT
⸰ cuts from 1900-1950
⸰ originally designed for the adventurer Eugène Le Moult
⸰ rereleased in contemporary motives
⸰ by his great-grand-daughter
⸰ genderfree for ladies and gents
⸰ in the original fabric and weaves from before 1947: 100% South-Indian cotton

STYLE

Paris, 1920, cabinet of wonders at 4. rue Duméril : Three years after moving back, E.Le Moult had the fourth largest collection of butterflies in the world, after those in museums in Washington and London.

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