Secret Garden – Mister Freedom and Samantha Pleet

Photographs by Ryan Fish

Somewhere along NW 23rd, Jess and Camille veered off and found this beautiful garden.


Camille is wearing the Samantha Pleet Castaway Romper in white, and Luxury Rebel Sakura Pumps in deep taupe.


Jess is wearing all Mister Freedom with Marc Jacobs boots. The pants are the Pantalon Ouvrier, “workman’s trousers”, from the Spring 2011 Les Apaches line. They’re in Indigo Rayure fabric, which is “8 oz. indigo/white  warp and black weft striped twill, herringbone weave, white selvedge, un-sanforized (respectfully lifted from a late 1800′s swatch of french textile)”. Here are the other details that I lifted straight from the MF website:

Inspired but late 1800′s – 1900′s French military bourgeronstrousers (often made of HBT natural colour linen) and early French workers garb, our Pantalon Ouvrier falls into the “denim” part of the collection. Both fabric options are inspired by early French workwear textiles, then the Old World equivalent to American denim. The silhouette is reminiscent of turn of the century imagery, a slimmer type fit, narrower legs with a higher rise.

The buttons are Original MFSC Corozonatural wood buttons. (aka “vegetable ivory”, corozo buttons where an hi-end option for suiting from the 1900′s to 1940′s). “MFSC déposé” engraved buttons combination. The trousers come with matching fabric removable suspenders, inspired by overalls straps.


Reveille recently did a collaboration with Julian Boot, and Camille brought in WHiT‘s Fall collection.

See also:

Reveille, Fine Clothier – An Opening Celebration & Reveille Store Opening

WWII Bomber Jacket – Reveille & Jarom on NW 23rd

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