Linen

Plant Fibers

Linen

Plant Fibers

Linen is a natural plant fiber that comes from the inner bark of flax stems, called the bast.

Flax Plants

The flax plants we use are grown in Belgium and require little or no irrigation, pesticides or fertilizers. Our production employs less-intensive chemical processes (for example, the use of dew retting in place of water retting) and utilizes all parts of the plant.

The flax seeds and oils serve as a source of nutrition for both humans and animals, resulting in a zero-waste material that is vastly renewable, recyclable and degrades more readily than cotton.

Aloe Linen

Our latest linen drop includes an aloe vera oil treatment that accentuates the linen's cool, comfortable feel and makes the material hypoallergenic and much more soft. It's the perfect breathable material to wear in warmer temperatures.

Flax Plants

Linen is a natural plant fiber that comes from the inner bark of flax stems, called the bast.

The flax plants we use are grown in Belgium and require little or no irrigation, pesticides or fertilizers. Our production employs less-intensive chemical processes (for example, the use of dew retting in place of water retting) and utilizes all parts of the plant.

The flax seeds and oils serve as a source of nutrition for both humans and animals, resulting in a zero-waste material that is vastly renewable, recyclable and degrades more readily than cotton.

Aloe Linen

Our latest linen drop includes an aloe vera oil treatment that accentuates the linen's cool, comfortable feel and makes the material hypoallergenic and much more soft. It's the perfect breathable material to wear in warmer temperatures.

Flax Plants

Linen is a natural plant fiber that comes from the inner bark of flax stems, called the bast.

The flax plants we use are grown in Belgium and require little or no irrigation, pesticides or fertilizers. Our production employs less-intensive chemical processes (for example, the use of dew retting in place of water retting) and utilizes all parts of the plant.

The flax seeds and oils serve as a source of nutrition for both humans and animals, resulting in a zero-waste material that is vastly renewable, recyclable and degrades more readily than cotton.

Aloe Linen

Our latest linen drop includes an aloe vera oil treatment that accentuates the linen's cool, comfortable feel and makes the material hypoallergenic and much more soft. It's the perfect breathable material to wear in warmer temperatures.

Watch this space

This is just the start. We’re working on more material innovations, impact initiatives and expanding our product range. Check back for our latest updates.

Last Updated : 06.24.2021