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An ancient fiber with the future in mind

Linen is an ancient fiber that has been used for thousands of years, but it's still loved today thanks to its benefit for the skin and for the planet.

In fact, linen is a strong and breathable fiber that's fresh enough to be comfortable against your skin, and sturdy enough to hold up well under repeated wear.

It's also thermoregulating and easily absorbs moisture, so it feels dry and cool all day long.

Linen's hypoallergenic properties are due to its natural lignin and cellulose content, which means that it's less likely to irritate sensitive skin.

The responsibility of Linen

Linen is considered one of the most sustainable natural fibers because the entire flax plant can be used to produce this versatile material and it requires very little water to grow.

Also, being particularly durable, it guarantees to stick around for a long time.

Discover the certifications of our Linen and Organic Cotton yarn

For the higher temperatures, we offer a 100% pure linen composition on a limited selection of pieces and a Linen and Organic Cotton blend, that combines the benefits of these two materials.


Oeko-Tex is an international system of certification for companies in the textile industry. It tests raw materials, intermediate products and end products. The label "Confidence in Textiles" guarantees that the products are free from harmful substances and that the textile production is safe and transparent.


The European Flax certification guarantees linen's local farming that respects the environment and commits to zero irrigation, zero GMOs, and zero waste. It certifies also the traceability of the fiber at every step of processing and the use of zero chemicals during the fiber extraction.


OCS (Organic Cotton Standard) is an international standard that certifies that a product contains at least 95% certified organic materials. It verifies the presence and amount of organic material in a final product and tracks the flow of the raw material from its source to the final product.