ABOUT OUR FABRICS
Linen is a natural fiber that stems from the flax plant.
It uses considerably fewer resources than cotton or polyester (such as water, energy, pesticides, insecticides, and fertilizers).
Flax can grow in poor soil which is not used for food production. In some cases, it can even rehabilitate polluted soil.
Flax plants also have a high rate of carbon absorption. For these reasons, we consider linen to be a sustainable material, even when it is not organically grown.
WHERE OUR FABRICS ARE MADE
We believe that being sustainable requires having a transparent supply chain and knowing in detail the whole story behind our staples along their production process.
So we map our chain and share it with everyone as a commitment to improving the conditions and contributing to a better way of doing fashion.
MAKE IT LAST LONGER
We chose our materials carefully in order to have the lowest environmental and social impact & the best product for you to use.
However, it is equally important to make the right after-care decisions in order to extend the life of your product and keep its quality over time
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TAKING CARE OF OUR LINEN GARMENTS
- Wash (preferably by hand) with cold or lukewarm water in low cycles to prevent deep wrinkles and stressing the fiber.
- Treat any stains before you wash the full piece.
- Give the garment a good shake after wash and a light pull in the sleeves, plackets and side seams after wash to remove creases and avoid ironing.
- Air Dry: hang in a rack and avoid direct sun exposure, use a hanger in order to reduce wrinkles and avoid ironing.
- In case you need to iron, we recommend steaming instead of ironing.
- Spray the shirt with water before ironing to make it easier to remove creases.
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In our Care Guide we share how to wash, dry and care your garments in the best way to make it last longer
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