Sustainability focus

In the end we are here for the very simple things. For the rare beauty that sets you free, for that slow cinematic moment that becomes your everything. We’re here for the skin shivering and the love burst in sight of sea, sun and salt.

Why linen is
so sustainable:

Less Water

Growing flax requires less water. Linen requires fewer pesticides, herbicides and fungicides than cotton.

Less Waste

Other part of the plant, like the seeds, can be used to produce linseed oil or flax seeds for consumption.


Linen lasts longer than other materials. Stay comfortable all day.

Love your linen

Tips for caring for linen:

Discover essential tips for caring for your linen garments to keep them looking soft and beautiful..

Hand wash or gentle cycle:

It's best to wash your linen items by hand or use the gentle cycle in your washing machine to avoid damage.

Use cold or warm water:

Opt for lower temperatures when washig your linen garments to prevent shrinking and preserve color.

Avoid bleach:

Linen is a natural fabric that can be sensitive to harsh chemicals, so avoid using bleach on your linen items.

Air dry:

To maintain the quality of your linen, air drying is recommended.

Iron while slightly damp:

Linen can be ironed for a crisp look. Iron the fabric while it's slightly damp to make the process easier and more effective.

Store in a cool, dry place:

Proper storage is essential for linen. Keep it in a cool, dry place to prevent mold or mildew growth.