8816 SMOKING-JACKET BLACK-Green-white 100% COTTON Herringbone-Thick
Eugène Le Moult had our original SMOKING-JACKET made to wear on the ocean-liner, and to avoid tobacco on his suit, or pyjama. Idle chatter wasn't for him, but smoking or drinking certainly were; a shape found in the wardrobe of the WORLDS's №1 butterfly hunter, dad's grand-dad
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.
FABRIC : 100%ᴾᵁᴿᴱ Southern-Indian COTTON
• from fields SUSTAINABLY growing cotton for the Roman Empire since 35AD
• woven as Herringbone-Thick in nearby villages to P.Le Moult designs
• sewn up the coast in cosmopolitan Bombay
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