French Palazzo Pant
Summer of 1929.
Days of gossip and sunbathing, green figs and Pernod. Smells of orange and lemon trees. Sobranies being lit everywhere as Italian secretaries seduce their bosses.
She’s a producer from the little film house in Marseille, with the Mam’zelle Nitouche production in town. She’s talking to Maugham, also impeccably dressed, sharing his stories about World War 1.
It’s late evening; her pants are a cool, delicious flow of silk against her skin; pure silk charmuese in a wide-leg cut, very slimming, lots of drape.
Richebé can’t resist from across the villa. He introduces himself, kissing her hand (and makes her a movie star forever).
French Palazzo Pants (No. 3917), favored in southern France. No waistband or pockets to mar the clean look. Fitting darts, front and back. Invisible zip closure on left side seam. Full length inseam 30”.
Pairs well with The New Era English Blouse (No. 5600).