HOW LINEN IS MADE - MATERIAL, MANUFACTURE, MAKING, HISTORY
A difficult-to-perfect fabric, fine linen is the product of centuries of learning, adaptation, innovation and invention. The journey of linen is a journey back in time.
The temperate plains of France and Belgium are ideal for the growing of flax with flawless characteristics.Since the 17th century, Europe has exported the finest flax across the world, and not much has changed about that over the centuries.
Even today, the fibres acquired from European flax are far more resilient and glossy than the fibres acquired anywhere else in the world. Flax is sourced directly from France and Belgium for these characteristics