Samantha Pleet Channels Norse Mythology, Astronomy for Fall/Winter 2011

Samantha Pleet, Fall/Winter 2011, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style


To bring the rich imagery she witnessed to life, Pleet worked with an embroiderer in New York City, where her garments are made. The result? A constellation of stars winks in and out of a pair of shorts, the moon waxes and wanes on the neckline of a dress, and twin crescents illuminate the lapels of a blazer.

Pleet’s Fall/Winter 2011 collection was inspired by mythology, astronomy, armor, and a recent jaunt to Iceland.

The fabrics Pleet used are no less divine: washed silks, organic boiled wools, English heritage tweeds, and organic cottons. “The clothes bring a sense of enchantment to everyday life, from work to a party,” she says, “or while exploring dramatic landscapes and telling tales by the fire.”

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