Linen is a sustainable fabric made from the fibres of the flax plant and is one of the oldest textile fibres in the world.
Flax grows well here in France as the climate ensures the ideal alternation of sun and rain for a large and strong plant.
Once the fibres are separated, they are then spun into yarn and eventually woven into cloth. The longer and stronger the fibre, the better the quality of the linen.
More than 75% of flax fibers used worldwide to weave linen fabric come from France, Belgium and the Netherlands, and the expertise that was perfected during previous centuries spans generations and is still being passed on today.
The more it’s used and washed the softer it gets . Linen is 30% stronger than cotton, meaning it can last for decades when cared for correctly.
Linen is organic, biodegradable and recyclable.
As a natural fibre, flax contains minimal traces of allergens, making it suitable for everyone.
Linen is a natural fibre and doesn’t require any pesticides or any additional water other than rain water and every part of the plant is used.