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Linen is eco & vegan


We focus on linen because it is a very sustainable material. There is no waste as all parts of the flax plant are used. Fewer resources are required for cultivation and processing. No pesticides are required. Compared to cotton, much less water is used to grow it. Animals are not used to make linen.
It is important to use high quality European linen as this is necessary for making long-lasting wardrobes. With durable fabrics like linen, you wear more and throw away less.

Linen fabric is biodegradable.

Linen is highly absorbent and hypoallergenic


The flax fiber from which linen is made is hollow and absorbs moisture well. More specifically, it can absorb up to 20% of its own weight in water before it feels moist.

Linen not only absorbs moisture well, but can also release it quickly. The linen fabric dries out quickly and does not stick to the body. Linen is also a natural insulator, cooling in the summer and retaining body heat in the colder months.


Linen has many positive health properties. It is said to heal wounds more quickly and has a positive effect on some skin diseases, such as eczema. Most importantly, linen is hypoallergenic and perfect for people with sensitive skin or allergies.

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Care instructions


Linen wrinkles. It's casual and at the same time has that natural, elegant look that characterizes this material.

The linen fabric is a little stiff at first, but becomes softer over time.

We recommend washing linen in lukewarm water (<40°C). High temperatures can cause shrinkage of up to 10% and can weaken the linen fibers. Do not wring, twist, or scrub as this can stretch the fabric. Hang to dry. It is best to dry colored linen in the shade, otherwise strong sunlight can bleach the fabric.

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