LINEN & FRENCH FLAX LINEN
Made from the woven fabrics of the flax plant it requires very little water to grow, meaning it's kinder on the planet to produce. On top of that the flax plant traps massive amount of Co2 from our atmosphere each year.
It's extremely durable and if cared for correctly, it can last for years - and years. Linen also softens with time making it comfortable and softer with each wash.
The wrinkles of linen is a sign of quality and although you might want to steam out the marks from the garment being folded, the beautiful creases that often stay, or come back quickly are a sign of a high quality linen.
What is the difference between French Flax Linen and Linen?
France is renowned for having the ideal growing conditions with the optimal temperature allowing the flax plant to grow at its peak and therefore producing the best quality linen on the market.
A 100% biodegradable natural fibre. Cotton is durable, hypoallergenic and breathable. We are introducing Organic Cotton in our future summer collection and will work towards including more frequently.
Viscose is a semi-synthetic fiber. It’s derived from the natural source of wooden pulp but does require some chemical manufacturing.
It’s a popular fabric due to being silk-like to the touch and adding and beautiful drape in garments. It’s also breathable, durable and blends well with other woven fabrics, such as linen.
Tencel is the more environmentally responsible and further developed version of viscose. Extracted from sustainability-harvested forests and produced with minimal waste. It stands out for its softness, flattering drape and anti-wrinkle properties.
Ramie is one of the strongest natural fibres, derived from the stalks of Chinese nettle it’s got similar properties to linen. Ramie is durable, highly absorbent, hypo-allergenic, breathable, comfortable and holds its shape very well resulting in less wrinkling. Ramie gives a fine and silky luster creating a beautiful appearance in the fabric.