An inherently eco-conscious crop that offers a welcome environmental pause for soil quality,
bio-diversity and landscapes. Grown without synthetic fungicides, pesticides and
herbicides, in fields that are healthier for farmers, wildlife and surrounding communities.
THE FLAX PLANT
Flax is the oldest fiber known to be used by humans, and is used to create a multitude of products. Every part of the earth friendly flax plant is used so nothing is wasted and production is cost effective. It is cultivated annually and has positive effects on eco-system diversity and offers a welcome environmental pause for soil quality, bio-diversity and landscapes.
Organic flax is one of the most sustainable fibers you can use according to multiple sources, including the Made-By Environmental Benchmark for Fibers (which gives non-organic linen a “C” rating, while organic linen gets an “A” – the best possible rating). Flax is similar to cotton chemically, but stronger, stiffer, more sunlight resistant, and faster drying.
FROM FLAX TO LINEN
Flax is cultivated in order to extract the very long fibers from inside the wooden stem of the plant which are then spun and woven into linen fabric. Linen is an intrinsically hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial fabric with a soothing hand. It has great thermo regulating properties, providing coolness in hot weather and warmth in cool weather. Organic linen is grown without synthetic fungicides, pesticides and herbicides, in fields that are healthier for farmers, wildlife and surrounding communities.
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SLOW FASHION MOVEMENT
We are firm believers in the slow fashion movement.
From design to creation we believe in taking the extra time to use
environmentally safe processes to produce luxury and sustainable products.