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Eugène Le Moult

PLEATED-TROUSERS BURGUNDY with NAVY piping 100% COTTON Herringbone-Thick, Brushed-inside fabric-dyed

PLEATED-TROUSERS BURGUNDY with NAVY piping 100% COTTON Herringbone-Thick, Brushed-inside fabric-dyed

Regular price $204.00 USD
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Our PLEATED TROUSERS can be worn in bed or out-and-about as an elegant-yet-comfortable trousers: they feature extra fabric in the two front pleats, and elastic on both sides, with big mother-of-pearl buttons.
We found the PLEATED-TROUSERS in the wardrobe of dad's grand-dad, the WORLDS's β„–1 butterfly hunter

Piping, a decorative trim or embellishment, originated in 19th century. Initially used in military uniforms for distinction, it became popular in civilian wear for its sharp, tailored look

You can also buy this at PUTERA / EVERTRUST : THE SHE

MATERIAL

100%α΄Ύα΅α΄Ώα΄±Β β€ˆSouthern-Indian COTTON (as in the π‘œπ‘Ÿπ‘–π‘”π‘–π‘›π‘Žπ‘™ heritage sample, made from fabric woven before 1947 in then British-India )
β€’ from fields SUSTAINABLY growing cotton since at least 35AD (according to Roman Empire trade records)
β€’ woven as in the π‘œπ‘Ÿπ‘–π‘”π‘–π‘›π‘Žπ‘™ HERRINGBONE-THICK weave to P.Le Moult designs in nearby villages by English-speaking unionized craftspeople, descendants of the π‘œπ‘Ÿπ‘–π‘”π‘–π‘›π‘Žπ‘™ 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, on the main highway, a 20 minutes drive North of the international airport.

Essentially the BEST place in the whole subcontinent for US, Japanese and European consulates to inspect for compliance to legal, ethical, and quality requirements governing manufacturing, labor practices, and environmental sustainability...

STYLE

Timeless elegance defined by simplicity, refined tailoring, neutral tones, high-quality materials, and investment pieces that transcend seasonal trends.

HERITAGE

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

CREATOR

EUGÈNE LE MOULT (31 December 1882, Quimper – 26 January 1965, Paris) was as famous for hunting butterflies as he was for his custom-made wardrobe. He had these clothes tailored for himself to wear on the ocean-liner to South America, and when hunting and sleeping in the jungle.

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